We had planned to visit Cambridge at the end of April for my husband’s graduation but it has been postponed because of the Coronavirus outbreak. I am sad because I was looking forward to catching up with friends and to seeing Cambridge in full bloom. Thankfully I can show you a side of Cambridge on my blog that I have been wanting to share with you for a while. Whilst there aren’t any crowds in Cambridge right now due to the lockdown, that doesn’t mean there won’t be any in the future! I am certain that we will be able to travel and explore new places soon. In the meantime, I’m hoping that my photos and information will bring you a bit of joy and something to look forward to during this crisis.
When you visit the UK or come to live here permanently you will soon realise that people here have a big love for preserving historic houses and gardens, art collections, coastlines and the countryside in general. Spending a day out at a stately home or a nature reserve is a popular thing to do for families, seniors and young people alike. The countryside in Great Britain is stunningly beautiful indeed and there is a huge variety of historic places to visit.