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King's College Cambridge
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One of a few panoramas made of Cambridge on a graduation day in June 2008. A new graduade with a friend on either side stride along King's Parade past the gates of King's College to, well perhaps lunch with one of their parents. Lots of parked bicycles to negotiate as usual. Some more animated with pretty girls on board. Cars are discouraged from the centre, and getting into Cambridge during rush hour by car is a hustle. What we did was use the Park-and-Ride service. Parked the car at Trumpington Bus Station and took a bus into town.

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Copyright: Mark schuster
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Hochgeladen: 20/07/2009
Aktualisiert: 14/07/2014
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Tags: cambridge; chapel; king's; graduate; bicycles; cheerful; college; university; park-and-ride; trumpington
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