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Top Things to do In Cambridge 2021



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Punting Tours Cambridge

Punting Tours Cambridge

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"Boat Tour"
"When you come to Cambridge, you must take a seat in Cambridge's traditional braces! Each terminal (academy) will have its own ship. As soon as I walked to the shore, a handsome youthful breath came to my face. The boatmen were basically Cambridge students, and even female students. They used their spare time to make money. The price was 19 pounds per person, and after some bargaining, it was finally sold by 3 people at 40 pounds. We later encountered a solicitor at the gate of King's College, who only cost 10 pounds a person, but I don't know if the distance is shorter. If you go to Punting, Cambridge, you must bargain! Each boat has four rows of seats, and each row can seat 2 people. After paying the money, the boat ticket he will give you has the time for sailing. The little brother who punted us is not only handsome, but what is more rare is that in Europe, which is generally more mature, he has a baby face. He is only 18 years old and a student of the University of London, but his parents are both professors at the University of Cambridge, so he comes here to work during the summer vacation. He is very humble. He said that he could only go to university in London because he was rather stupid! does this make us so friendly! Our Punting route, from south to north, passes through the following colleges accordingly: Queen's, King's, Clare, Trinity Hall, Trinity, St. Johns, Magdalene. The boat turned back on the Magdalen College Bridge, but still returned to the place of departure. In the weeping willows and green waters, boating to watch the ancient schools on both sides of the strait, watching the elegant 8 small bridges passing overhead, listening to the students on the boat With the legends and stories about each college and each bridge, and then greet each other with the tourists on the boat that happened to pass by, it feels really leisurely and wonderful. "The golden willow on the riverbank is the bride in the sunset; the shadowy shadows in the waves ripple in my heart." Xu Nanshen's poetic feelings and love legends have also added a lot of romanticism to Cambridge!" is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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