Studies in Cambridge
I always wondered what it's like to study in Cambridge - one of the top place in the world. And this spring I had just such an opportunity. So here is quick overview of this student city.
This spring I had to fly to Cambridge to participate in IT courses. I was really excited about the trip especially as I got to see one of the best student cities - Cambridge.
Before Cambridge I stayed in Hatfield - a small really British city.
And here we can see Cambridge. It is famous for many towers and cathedrals. Here is one of them.
Interesting tree decorations.
What a neat idea - no cash left overnight. And by the way cash machine is working on a solar battery. Pretty cool.
Old style houses
This house more reminds me of a castle than just of a typical family house.
Some houses have quite an interesting back yard.
Could be quite a nice place to live.
The very center of Cambridge.
St. Mary's University Church.
The whole city consists of mostly old stone or brick buildings which create this stunning medieval age atmosphere.
Cafe Carringtones - in the heart of Cambridge.
Cambridge, United Kingdom.
I like this old man who is standing above. I wonder how many people things and events he has seen already.
There he is standing on a balcony.
You can say that this is a student city by the amount ob bicycles as well. I haven't seen so many bicycles in any other UK city.
Admiring old narrow streets of Cambridge.
I think I could walk here all day long.
A church near a house.
Cute restaurants and bars.
Another glance at St. Mary's University Church.
I think someone is watching me :)
Another living area I suppose.
It really is a great place for studying. No huge city distractions. So peaceful and quite.
And of course really nature friendly. Lots of different animals in the park.
Two swans playing ball in Cambridge.
The same decorations on the posts as we've seen before.
Jesus Green park in Cambridge.comments powered by Disqus