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... colleague and I drove into the outskirts of the city and parked at a park and ride location. After a short double decker bus ride, we arrived in the middle of town. One of the first sites we came across was the Round Church. One of four Round Churches in England, it was built in 1130 by the Fraternity of the ...
Driving from Dunstanble, Cambridge is about an hour and a bit away. Just outside of the city you can do their Park & Ride bus system which will take you right into the heart of the city - a cheaper option than paying for parking. However, we did the latter, and paid for parking - like chumps. One of the first things we noticed upon arrival was how busy it was, not just in people walking around, but cars and signs were everywhere, as we had arrived ...
So off we go on the bus, yes the public transport thing. This bus runs down an old disbanded railway line that cars cannot access, thus making the trip very straight forward. Brilliant! Rob, Chris and I went into Cambridge for a spot of study, sightseeing, lunch and naturally beer tasting. Why not? we ask ourselves. Nobody has to drive.
... BBQ at the campsites and sitting outside the campervan to eat it
Eating the yummiest warm muffins sitting in the sun at the Marilyn Monroe themed cafe in Brighton, just outside Adelaide
Our cycle tour around Bangkok from back streets to motorways
Singing carols by the sea in Bondi, in 26 degrees sunshine
Writing my blog and being quite amazed at the number of visitors
Seeing the dolphins swim around our ankles in the water at Monkey ...
... is a great way to see the river and central Cambridge without some of the crowds. The gardens are however closed during the winter.
Queens' college is amongst the oldest and largest colleges of the university, founded in 1448 by Margaret of Anjou, the Queen of Henry VI, who founded King's College, The college spans both sides of the river Cam, colloquially referred to as the "light side" and the "dark side", with the world famous Mathematical Bridge connecting ...