After a great night in St. Albans, and an enjoyable commute from London Kings Cross (where we took a cheeky photo at Platform 9 3/4), we arrived in picturesque Cambridge. Suffice to say, we were hungry. Before heading to the venue we stopped to have lunch at a pub called “Prince Regent”, where classic British food awaited.
As soon as we got off the train in St. Albans we were hungry. Luckily our friends from Minnesota and Wisconsin had gathered at the closest put to the train, a cover band bar called “The Horn”. Great bands like “Absolute Bowie” and “Guns 2 Roses” are playing there soon. Check it out.
Traveling by rail on this tour has been an incredible experience so far. The train system here in England is extremely efficient, comfortable and affordable. Most train stations have a pretty great selection of food and beverages, especially the big ones in London. Yesterday we tried something called a Pasty, which is a savory handheld baked pie, typically filled with meat or vegetables. For american readers, its basically a cross between a Hot Pocket and a pot-pie.