Norwich – the touristy bit

I was in Norwich about a month ago to do a one week course in python for biologists. It’s good to have a camera and a kindle close when you are alone for a week and I thought I’d show you the touristy part of my week.

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This was “my” street.

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The catholic cathedral I passed every day on my way to the bus stop. The old part of Norwich was so pretty.

 

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Norwich had an incredible number of churches, this one was just around the corner and apparently getting a touch up.

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The house opposite. I often almost got lost during the week, but I always recognized this house and then I knew I was close.

 

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So many nice independent shops and places in the old houses. So pretty!

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And there was a 2CV parked outside my house one day 😀 That makes me happy.

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There were just so many pretty houses in Norwich.

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And nice, old pubs where you could get a half pint and some peace and quiet.

 

 

 

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But still there was street art, really good street art.

 

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The Library bar, where we had a dinner together the Wednesday. It is the old public library that is turned into a bar and restaurant, I hope the new libarary is nice.

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The old market square looked pretty even in the evening when everything was closed. It might be strange pfotographing things that are closed, but I was busy all day with the course and it was nice having the camera for company when I walked alone in the evenings.

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The old part of Norwich was well worth roaming and it was quite small, so easy to navigate and get around. I highly recommend going there just for the architecture and for good food.

I will show you food and people later 🙂

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