The train to Cambridge got cancelled a couple of times, so we ended up taking an alternate routing that required us backtracking to the previous station and then catching another train from there. I picked up a Virgin Mobile SIM card at Stansted, so we were able to give Mom and Dad a quick call while we were waiting for the second train. Upon getting to town, it was another ordeal to get the right set of buses to the B&B, and we ended up dragging our luggage about a half-mile down Chesterton Lane.
After a shower and change of clothes, we headed back to the city center to see sights. We were both quite impressed by the King's College Chapel, with its 80-feet valuted ceiling and giant organ. It was started by King Henry VI and took 100 years to construct. She sketched out some of the details while I took in the stone work, and then we caught a short choral performance which really showcased the excellent acoustics of the building.
Dinner was unremarkable Thai food, followed by a trip back to the B&B and both of us crashing quite quickly at 8PM. It would remain bright outside until 11.
We're off to Edinburgh now, via EasyJet. More after we've seen the Castle!