It's my third weekend in London!
I decided to go to Cambridge. I used the youth ticket from Kings Cross to Cambridge, and it cost about £12 for the round trip. I bought it on Trainline but I didn't know you have to change your reservation with the real ticket, so almost missed the train.
The train itself was very new and clean. It took about 45 minutes and we (me and another I met at work) arrived Cambridge. At the first sight it felt like Bath, where I went in 2015. The train station area is modern and has lots of chain stores. Before we started the tour we went to have brunch and I also fixed my camera at John Lewis.
Punting is a must-do in Cambridge. You learn about the stories and history about the buildings and the town in a 45-minute punting tour. Summer is a popular season for school trip and weddings. Some of the colleges we visited were partly closed because of private events.
We walked around a few colleges. King's College and St. John's are each about £10 and cheaper if you are a student. They are worth the entrance fee if it's your first time visit. All of the college campus are consist of at least a court (quads in Oxford) surrounded by a dining hall, residential hall, and chapel. The students eat, study and live there.
Peterhouse is the oldest college of Cambridge University. The architecture style is very quaint and cozy. I liked it a lot.