Walking Around, Cambridge
We enjoyed the Boat Ride most.It was a fantastic experience , may be it could be much more enjoyable if we colud hire a self help Boat , however none of us was capable to do this , so hired a boat with guide.
Fondest memory: Though I miss the whole City , specially miss St John's College CAMBRIDGE , The Front Gate ,The Chapel,Chapel Court ,New Court and Cripps Building .
Favorite thing: It's worth walking around the city a bit and looking around...you get to see a lot more that way. We loved the clean and cute streets of Cambridge...and there are some great little shops around too. :)
Fondest memory: Walking around the city centre and soaking up the atmosphere here is one of my fondest memories of Cambridge. Admittedly, in mid July, with most of the students away, the town had more of a tourist feel to it. With so much history and culture and the fantastic architecture and colleges it's hard not to enjoy a visit here. King's Parade, shown in the picture, is the heart of both the town and University.
Fondest memory: Walking by the Cam & soaking up the sun. Cambridge is a lovely place to visit, especially in the summer, and it's so peaceful and serene here, you can forget troubles past, troubles to come, and just drift away....
Wandering the streets of Cambridge is a must. It's a compact town with winding streets and beautiful buildings around every corner.
Fondest memory: Cambridge Real Ale festival in 1999 was great fun. Besides a great array of rare real ales, they had a cheese booth with award winning cheeses like blue leicester from around the country. It's generally held in May.
Favorite thing: Walking around the city centre and the colleges of the University of Cambridge. Particularly recommended are King's College, Trinity College and St John's College - this picture was taken at the top of Trinity Street, where you'll find these three colleges (although the street changes its name to King's Parade by the time you get to King's). The area is largely pedestrianised, so walking is a pleasure. It's all well worth a look - very pretty, especially by the river.
Favorite thing: Cambridge has some appealing little streets in the city centre leading you to the backs behind the colleges.
Favorite thing: Even thought the centre of the city can be very busy, quiet side streets such as Senate House Passage, are only a short walk away.