A few days away exploring the pretty university city of Cambridge. A very popular city on the tourist trail.
The city centre is very busy with both locals and tourists alike but doesn’t feel over powering, there are very few cars and it’s very easy to walk around.
Cambridge is also a very cycle friendly city with a good network of cycle paths both in the city centre and also the surrounding countryside.
A must is to take a punt down the river Cam and view all the different colleges that line the river.
Tree lined path in Jesus Green
Traditional British red phone box
The Wren library
The round church
St Johns college
Some 19th century cottages built for servents
Punts waiting to go out on the river Cam
Kings college chapel
Kings college and chapel
Julie and Garry on a punt
Jessica who stopped off at our campsite on route to Germany
It’s hard to find a parking space
I think i’m being followed
Hall court Sidney Sussex college
Great St Marys church and market
Great gate St Johns college
Gonville and Caius college2
Gonville and Caius college
Cyclepath along the river Cam
Chimneys in Trinity lane
Chaotic punting on the river Cam
Bridge of Sighs
Canal boats on the river Cam
Building of the new Addenbrookes hospital
Along the cycle superhighway towards Trumpington
10,000 stripes to mark the 10,000th mile of national cycle network
Alternatively, you can view the photos on Garry’s Flickr page.