We have spent the last three days in Cambridge and area. Here are some of the highlights.
We also went to The Fitzwilliam Museum where we saw some of the exhibits. Beeston was particularly interested in the work of David Kindersley.
We picked up a walking guide and spent a good part of yesterday afternoon finding as many of the pieces as we could. David has taken photographs, so I will do a longer post on this when I get home.
Today was another mostly sunny, if chilly, day. We rode out into the countryside and visited some churches. I found a place that would be perfect for the wishing star labyrinth.
The Church of St. Cyriac and St. Julitta in Swaffham Prior is a Redundant Church. Although it is still consecrated and maintained, it is no longer used for services. It is a lovely space, full of light.
Tomorrow we are headed for Ely, 14.7 miles as the crow flies, but we will be pedalling 40 to 45, depending on the weather.