Last weekend, I went to the Blenheim Palace and the city centre of Oxford from Cambridge. 2-hour bus ride was quite a long time, thus I fall asleep serval times. The bus arrived Blenheim Palace at half passed 10, which was right on the open time.
The Blenheim Palace was pretty gorgeous when I stepped inside. But it was not only the Palace that attracted me, but also the garden inside it! Though the weather was cloudy for the most time, the garden of Blenheim Palace was fabulous still! Perhaps this is one of the reasons that it is said to be the finest view in England.
The swan swam on the lake, the small house sat besides the river and the path lay in the forest. Just standing there and looking at the cozy landscape they made up was absolutely breath-taking. If the weather had been better, these landscapes would have been tremendous. ☆〜（ゝ。∂）
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It was my third day in Cambridgeshire, and it was an adorable sunny day. After looking it up on Google Maps, I decided to go The Centre of Computing History, which attracted me at first glance on the map.
And it turned out to be a wonderful experience there! Basically you can actually get your hands on those old computers, from the 70s all the way to the 90s. They even have some working punch tape machines!
And here is the encode/decode table~ The whitespace is shown as ␣ to avoid vertical mismatches. The small dot . is used for locating the horizontal line and speed. And the big dot • denotes the actual punched hole on the tape.
Here's to the crazy ones: the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in the square holes, the ones who see things differently.
They are not fond of rules. They have no respect of status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can't do, is ignore them, because they change things. They push human race forward.
Some may see them as the crazy ones. We see genius，because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world ... are the ones who do.