Generally speaking, people who come to Cambridge know that she is the two most famous university towns in Britain. A little literary and artistic people will say Xu Zhimo's farewell to Cambridge. If you have time, you can buy tickets and charter boats on the Jianhe River and take a pole boat tour with eight people. Slowly appreciate and sigh bridge across the Straits, Cambridge, Trinity College, King's College, student dormitory canteen, etc. The handsome young man on the boat, at first sight, is carefully selected and specially dressed. It is said that many of them are part-time students in Cambridge. While rowing, you will also use slow and simple English to tell you about the history of cross-strait landscape architecture, more than you think you need to know. Ten years ago, at another pier in Jianhe River, a six-person boat could be chartered and pole-pole-pole-tripped by itself. About 8.5 pounds per hour per boat, I used to learn how to pole a boat like Zhang Gali, a film soldier, but I had no experience. I turned around at the beginning, but I soon mastered the technology, and zigzagged pole-pole-pole-pole-pole-pole-pole-pole-pole-pole-pole- This tour did not see their own boat, the original wharf did not open, do not know whether it is safe reasons, some regret.
In Cambridge, besides visiting famous colleges, there are two other things to see. The first is "Bridge" - Cambridge means "Bridge on River Cam". Cambodia River is a local river around the city, with winding rivers, willow weeping silk on both sides, fragrant grass and wild flowers; while the bridges on the Cambodia River are one after another, with a variety of styles and characteristics. Colleges have given many wonderful stories about the unique design of bridges, which make the tourists'journey in Cambodia River even more exciting. The total length of Cambridge is 64 kilometers. I'm not sure how many bridges there are on the Cambridge. From the point of boat-going at Magdalene College, we go south through Magdalene Bridge, Sighing Bridge, Kitchen Bridge, Trinity Bridge, Loft Youth Hostel Bridge, Claire Bridge, King Bridge, Mathematics Bridge and finally the Silver Street Bridge where the boat-going point is located. Cambridge Artemisia scandens is almost a must-play item in Cambridge tours, unless the time limit for group tours is met, it will be abandoned. There are three main forms of Artemisia scandens Cruises - "one is boat pooling, which charges per place. There are many students standing on the street selling tickets. The second is chartered cruise, which is about 150 pounds. If you bargain with merchants, you can travel about 90 pounds one way. You can get on board from St. Magdalene College and get off at Silver Street. It basically includes the most beautiful scenery of Cambridge. Third, self-propelled boat, from the Silver Street on the boat, to test their physical strength and technology, think before you go ah. Jianhe is not exclusive to students and tourists. Swans and ducks are the masters here. Clare Bridge is a three-hole stone bridge with guardrails. It was built in 1639. It is the oldest existing bridge on the Cam River. There are seven stone balls on the guardrails on both sides of the bridge. The rear of the penultimate ball on the left guardrail is neatly cut off at a 15-degree angle. It is said that when Clare Bridge was built, the college paid him only 15 pence for the design. He felt angry and vowed to make the bridge never complete. So he cut the stone ball at a 15-degree angle corresponding to 15 pence, leaving the gap forever. Xu Zhimo's strongest was actually Clare Bridge, not King Bridge.
We took a boat tour at our own expense, but it is very worthwhile to go. Cambridge is a small river, but because of Xu Zhimo's "Cambridge", the river has a more subtle mood, weeping willows on both sides, ancient buildings, duckweeds in the water, swans, water waves crossed by poles, mathematical bridges and other six small bridges of different shapes, long boats, such as the crossing of history, feel very good.
Cambridge's English name is similar to the Chinese town, but the whole town is a university made up of many colleges. There is no need to elaborate on the famous people at home and abroad. There is no need to list all the famous people who leave London at King's Cross Railway Station to Cambridge in 50 minutes. If they get to Cambridge in summer vacation, they can see many Chinese children traveling to study.
Don't miss the Cambridge cruise. There are several kinds of cruise ships, including direct charter boats (more people travel more cost-effective), and buy tickets for you by Cambridge Xueba Xiao fresh meat rowing, which requires 18 pounds a person, along the river around the campus to find, there is a ticket office. About 10 people take a boat. And the normal place is that the crew are all wearing blue uniforms (both guard clothes and waistcoats). When rowing, tourists will be introduced to the anecdotes of various colleges (unfortunately, my English is not good enough to understand...) and the kind of road solicitors without uniforms, which is bargainable. The bridges on Cambridge are very distinctive. The Mathematics Bridge near Queen's College and the Sighing Bridge of St. John's College are very special.
The Kang River is a tributary of the Great Oasis River in the east of England and a beautiful river flowing through Cambridge University. Xu Zhimo "Farewell to Cambridge again" in the classic famous sentence "gently I left, just as I gently came; I gently waved, farewell to the West Cloud , is the most familiar poem to praise the Kang River. Boating on the river is a pleasure.
The Jianhe River is the Kang River, a tributary of the Great Oasis River in the east of England. It flows through Cambridge and flows into the North Sea on the Kingscom River, totaling about 64 kilometers. Chinese writer Xu Zhimo's Farewell to Cambridge is the most familiar poem praising Kang River. Boating on the river is a pleasure. You can experience the old buildings and beautiful scenery of Cambridge.
The Cambridge River is the soul of Cambridge University. The whole Cambridge University is developing along the Cambridge River. The most famous one on the Cambridge River is rowing, rowing boats on the calm Cambridge River, enjoying the scenery of both sides, especially the world-famous Cambridge University. It is really in a good mood, as if it has become very learned.
In my opinion, the compulsory tour to Cambridge should be Punting. The tour usually lasts about forty-five minutes, and you can see the outlook of most famous colleges along the way. King's College, Queen's College, Trinity College, Sighing Bridge of St. John's College, and so on. It's best to choose a warm day when the water splashes in the front row. Our guide is only seventeen years old.