UK | Pub tour through England

For having some good ales in November, we decided to visit some cities in England. These were the university city of Cambridge, the coastal town of Harwich in the east, a short changeover in London Spitalfields and the last night in the town of Luton.

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Our Lady Church in Cambridge – just after our arrival in the late afternoon
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One of the numerous colleges in the city
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A bio-technology themed clock
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During a walk along the river Cam on the next day
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The mighty and famous Kings College Chapel
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On the way to the Trinity College
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The sun was shining through one of the college halls
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In the centre of the picturesque city
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Students have parked their bikes
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St. Johns College
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After a long train ride, we arrived in Harwich, by the sea. A small coastal town, with a huge harbour at the opposite
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In the center of the town of Harwich
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At the beach / coast of Harwich
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A small overview over the town. The harbour in the back, is on the other side of the huge river
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The local brew, which we drank the night before
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A graffiti at the brick lane in london. At the exact same spot as I’ve seen this one, last year.
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Our pub with live music in Luton
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Beautiful Luton. A shame we had to go home from here.

 

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