Without any doubt, Cambridge secures itself as one of the most famous and beautiful cities in all of England. Situated close to London, it feels a world away from the hustle and bustle of the metropolis with its elegant cobbled streets and historic buildings. Walking through Cambridge feels like an education in itself, thanks to the beautiful bridges crossing the many canals and waterways, the plentiful museums, and of course, the world-famous university which consistently ranks in the top five universities to be found anywhere in the world. Cambridge appears to exist in some sort of time-bubble; it is almost permanently the turn of the 20th century in this lovely city, where you'll see students poring over books of poetry or critical thinking on the river banks, or couples walking arm in arm through the delightful small streets crammed with unique independent stores. You don't have to be a student to enjoy what the city has to offer though, and visiting Cambridge is a delight to the senses all year round.
The museums of Cambridge attract thousands of people each year, and few cities have quite so many crammed into a relatively small space. The grand neo-classical Fitzwilliam Museum houses some of the UK's finest collections of antiquities, with treasures sourced from all over the world available for the public to view and wonder at. Indeed, this was one of the first museums in the country open to the general public, and is a treasure in itself and the pride of the city's intelligentsia. For modern art lovers, the Kettles Yard is a gem of a museum, which displays a wide range of contemporary art including 20th century paintings and sculptures, which are often discussed in group talks and open evenings. If you are looking to find out more about the city of Cambridge and the many famous and ordinary people who have lived and worked there to make the city what it is today, then be sure not to miss the Cambridge and Country Folk Museum, a venue dedicated to the crafts, wares and stories of local people. A real delight!
All this culture and learning can be exhausting, though, and by the end of a long day exploring Cambridge, you'll be eager to get back to your bed for a long night's sleep. But what if you have difficulty sleeping? Do you often find yourself tossing and turning, and trying to find the perfect position in which to doze off? If so, the answer is available to you in the form of a memory foam mattress. Memory foam was originally developed for the NASA space programme, and is now enjoyed by millions of people worldwide due to increased demand and efficiency of production. Memory foam 'remembers' your body shape and size, and ensures that each and every night is as comfortable and luxurious as it should be, to leave you waking up feeling fantastically refreshed and ready to take on the world, and all the museums in it!