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Day 5

CAMBRIDGE

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We had a busy day looking around Cambridge. What a beautiful city! Based around the University & Colleges and full of glorious old buildings and quaint narrow streets. The centre of the city was full of tourists & buses, mostly Japanese groups today. We did some driving around the suburbs too, some of it not intentionally, and we were impressed by the beautiful old homes and gardens. We had a coffee near Kings College (photo) and near a lovely river with dozens of punts (photo). We were pestered by people trying to sell us river cruises but otherwise had a great time.

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We drove on to Nottingham in the afternoon. We walked around the city centre but found no sign of Robin Hood. It was very pleasant without being too memorable. Tomorrow we'll visit Trent Bridge Cricket Ground and Byron's house before heading off to Stourport

Posted by Ian.jenny 10:17

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Great to read your posts and hear of your adventures! Well done to you for posting every day 😄! Happy trails... luv The Woodsies xx

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