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  • On the go with Stokke Xplory in Cambridge

    A few months ago we headed out of London and hit the cobbled streets of the really pretty city of Cambridge with our Stokke Xplory pram.

    Stokke Xplory buggy pram in Cambridge
    Taking the Stokke Xplory buggy to cambridge

    Cambridge is so lovely, isn’t it? It looks how I imagine other people imagine England looks. We went for a day out to see the iconic sights of the city, dodge all the bikes and to film our adventures with the Xplory for the Stokke #OnTheGo campaign.

    We visited King’s College and wandered round a couple of other colleges including Christ’s College and Trinity and All Saint’s College, which you can see in our film (also, spot the Minion leggings):

    We also headed down to the River Cam to watch the punting (such a shame it was a grey old day, it would have been a perfect picnic spot – we’re heading back as soon as the weather starts improving).

    The river Cam, Cambridge

    Punting on the River cam, Cambridge

    River Cam - punting in Cambridge

    Stokke is the brand that makes super-stylish prams and nursery furniture – like the iconic wooden Trip Trap – and I’d always been intrigued to know what the Xplory pushchair is like, so it was great to put it through its paces.

    Stokke Xplory buggy - on the go

    Stokke Xplory pram handle

    Which is your favourite UK city for day trips? If you need some inspiration you can also check out the Stokke #OnTheGo website, and watch films from eight other bloggers in their favourite spots including London, Brighton and York.

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    Thanks to Stokke for working with us on this post (and for sending us the pram).

    4 Comments

    1. January 27, 2016 / 6:39 pm

      I used to live in caimbridge briefly and I forgotten how nice it is! The Stokke looks like the perfect thing to stroll around town in! x

    2. January 28, 2016 / 6:44 pm

      Oh I love Cambridge, it has such a sense of history and is so pretty. That pushchair looks like the perfect way to get around it too! Lovely photos xx

    3. January 29, 2016 / 11:50 am

      I love these prams and Cambridge looks gorgeous, I really want to visit as I’ve never been before x

    4. February 1, 2016 / 11:47 am

      I always think those prams look really stylish! I’ve never been to Cambridge, but it looks really beautiful.

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