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On the River Cam at Cambridge you can
hire a punt for a while and pootle about
the river, risking a dunking because you
can't master the pole action, or you can
take a punt-based tour of the City with a
guide who will also do the poling for you,
much as a gondolier will do the sculling
on his gondola in Venice whilst singing
you a barcarole from some Italian (or
Viennese) operetta and whilst cracking
walnuts between his knees, as he has to eat. Among the greats who may have used
your particular punt before you include Stephen Hawking, Charles Darwin, Alan Turing,
Robert Oppenheimer, Stephen Fry, James Chadwick, Ernest Rutherford, Crick and
Watson of DNA fame, Rupert Brooke, Wittgenstein, John Maynard Keynes, Fox-Talbot,
David Attenborough, John Dee and Oliver Cromwell. And many many others. And
when you've finished with your punt and done reflecting on who you might have been
but for fate, pay a visit to The Eagle, the pub where Crick and Watson announced their
discovery of the double helix - the shortest run to a pub from the Cavendish Laboratory
where the work was done. Apart, that is, from the thinking work that would have gone
on, possibly on a river punt...
On the River Cam at Cambridge you can hire a punt for a while and pootle about the
river, risking a dunking because you can't master the pole action, or you can take a
punt-based tour of the City with a guide who will also do the poling for you, much as a
gondolier will do the sculling on his gondola in Venice whilst singing you a barcarole
from some Italian (or Viennese) operetta and whilst cracking walnuts between his
knees, as he has to eat. Among the greats who may have used your particular punt
before you include Stephen Hawking, Charles Darwin, Alan Turing, Robert
Oppenheimer, Stephen Fry, James Chadwick, Ernest Rutherford, Crick and Watson of
DNA fame, Rupert Brooke, Wittgenstein, John Maynard Keynes, Fox-Talbot, David
Attenborough, John Dee and Oliver Cromwell. And many many others. And when
you've finished with your punt and done reflecting on who you might have been but for
fate, pay a visit to The Eagle, the pub where Crick and Watson announced their
discovery of the double helix - the shortest run to a pub from the Cavendish Laboratory
where the work was done. Apart, that is, from the thinking work that would have gone
on, possibly on a river punt...
On the River Cam at Cambridge you can
hire a punt for a while and pootle about
the river, risking a dunking because you
can't master the pole action, or you can
take a punt-based tour of the City with a
guide who will also do the poling for you,
much as a gondolier will do the sculling on
his gondola in Venice whilst singing you a
barcarole from some Italian (or Viennese)
operetta and whilst cracking walnuts
between his knees, as he has to eat. Among the greats who may have used your
particular punt before you include Stephen Hawking, Charles Darwin, Alan Turing, Robert
Oppenheimer, Stephen Fry, James Chadwick, Ernest Rutherford, Crick and Watson of DNA
fame, Rupert Brooke, Wittgenstein, John Maynard Keynes, Fox-Talbot, David
Attenborough, John Dee and Oliver Cromwell. And many many others. And when you've
finished with your punt and done reflecting on who you might have been but for fate, pay
a visit to The Eagle, the pub where Crick and Watson announced their discovery of the
double helix - the shortest run to a pub from the Cavendish Laboratory where the work
was done. Apart, that is, from the thinking work that would have gone on, possibly on a
river punt...

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On the River Cam at Cambridge you can hire a punt for a while and pootle about the river, risking a dunking because you can't master the pole action, or you can take a punt-based tour of the City with a guide who will also do the poling for you, much as a gondolier will do the sculling on his gondola in Venice whilst singing you a barcarole from some Italian (or Viennese) operetta and whilst cracking walnuts between his knees, as he has to eat.  Among the greats who may have used your particular punt before you include Stephen Hawking, Charles Darwin, Alan Turing, Robert Oppenheimer, Stephen Fry, James Chadwick, Ernest Rutherford, Crick and Watson of DNA fame, Rupert Brooke, Wittgenstein, John Maynard Keynes, Fox-Talbot, David Attenborough, John Dee and Oliver Cromwell.  And many many others.  And when you've finished with your punt and done reflecting on who you might have been but for fate, pay a visit to The Eagle, the pub where Crick and Watson announced their discovery of the double helix - the shortest run to a pub from the Cavendish Laboratory where the work was done. Apart, that is, from the thinking that would have gone on, possibly on a river punt...  
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