Pretty fancy luggage wouldn’t you say?
We found the town of Cambridge delightful.
I was thrilled to discover that a
street had been named after me.
Nemo was a little jealous until I reminded him about the time we were in China and everyone knew who he was but almost no one recognized me!
Our friend Kristi had a special surprise for us. A visit to Hotel Chocolates, our very favorite chocolate makers in the world! She introduced us to these fine chocolates the first time she visited us in Germany and periodically sends us a box. We were thrilled to go to the actual store and this young man was happy to be in the blog with Nemo and me.
We all took a walk in our friend Kristi’s neighborhood. We found an old church and the gravesite of the son of an important man. I wonder what his Dad thought of him being buried in a churchyard?
The next day we all went to Bletchley Park. If you don’t know about Bletchley Park and the part the people here played in WWII you should do some research. It’s a fantastic story. Here is a link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/places/bletchley_park
This picture is the Bombe!
One part of the decoding process.
These are some of the work areas in one of the huts. We were all fascinated with the story of these hard working men and women.
Last but not least, here is a lovely lady Chris ran into on his plane museum trip.
Nemo and I will be in Belgium in a few weeks, until then ta-ra or cheerio as they say in England.