King's is a small university and its stone buildings are built around a quadrangle giving it an old world feel.
The students all have academic gowns that they wear for special occasions including the monthly Formal Meal. The meal is held in Prince Hall and the tables are arranged in long rows and set with white tablecloth and candles. You can see a short video of one here (about half way down the page).
|Prince Hall - the dining hall|
|Inside the library at King's|
|The Matricula books in a special cabinet on the lower level of the library|
And here's where we bought our beaver tails - a classic Canadian deep fried pastry made in the shape of ... yep you guessed it ... a beaver's tail.
Look at all the different toppings you can get.
We chose nutella and it was fantastic. We were still rather full from the fish and chips so we split the beaver tail.
And this one shows the prayer flags that I got Kate when I was in Darjeeling, India last summer.