A short visit on a Friday afternoon to explore a bit more of the city.
Everywhere you walked in this area there were students touting for business asking if you wanted a trip on a punt. The bridge over the river Cam on Magdalene Street.
Another view of the bridge with the tower of New Court, St. John’s college in the background.
The Baron of Beef and The Mitre Inn on Bridge Street.
St John’s Street. The faculty of divinity, St John’s College. Dating from 1878.
A close up of some of the stone carvings.
Walking up St John’s Street.
The view back to St John’s College entrance.
Gonville and Caius college.
Another view from within Gonville and Caius college. On the right is the elaborate gate of honour with sundials.
A bronze model of Cambridge located outside Great St Mary’s Church on King’s parade.
Senate House dating from 1722
The Eagle public house which was frequented by Crick and Watson who discovered the structure DNA. Click here for more images from a previous visit.
This text was written on the back of a door within the pub.
Walking up Free School Lane
The old Cavendish Laboratory where Watson and Crick worked.
Downing Street on our way to the museums.
Inside the museum of archaeology and anthropology. A large totem pole.
The return walk down Free School Lane.
The market was very busy.