We also toured the inside of King's College chapel, which took almost 70 years to build from the mid 15th to early 16th centuries. It features beautiful stained glass windows, many Tudor family emblems, and an intricate ceiling.
During WWII, Cambridge was bombed by the Germans and the stained glass panels were all carefully removed so that they could be protected. It took 7 years to replace them all back in their proper spots.
After our return to London and bidding the students a goodnight, I headed back to Kentish Town and treated myself to a pizza from Franco Manca, a local sourdough pizza chain.
As much as I love Via 313, it was nice to enjoy some traditional Italian pizza - complete with chili infused olive oil like what you get in Italy.