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Cambridge

Cambridge is one of mine and the boy's favourite haunts. There are so many lovely cafes, restaurants, hidden gem shops tucked away and a FORBIDDEN PLANET!!! Okay, its not the size of the one in London, but still, you don't see many of them! We didn't purchase anything from there... my excuse is that there was not any decent Game of Thrones memorabilia and the posters were out of stock. Fear not though, I found a decent poster in their HMV :).

We got lunch in EAT. Such a goooood place for salads, sandwiches, pasta etc. I got a lovely tuna salad and an orangeade whilst the boy grabbed a cheese & ham baguette, chili crisps and an orangeade. Its fairly expensive but worth it. My salad also included half a boiled egg and some new potatoes, yum.

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All in all we had a very good day, so good in fact that I almost fell asleep in the car on the way home!

The playsuit i'm wearing is originally from Topshop but i paid a meagre £8 for it on ebay, bargain!

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