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    Brit Bite #1: Adventures in Wonderful & Weird England

    Don't Mess With the Swans. Cambridge, England is a university ciy and official capital of Cambridgeshire located on the Cam River. It's approximately 50 miles (80 km) north of London.

    Famed for educating more than 30,000 students a year, it also offers some fine tourism. Among these is "punting" on flat gondolas called "punts" that go up and down the Cam River. You can either hire a "punter" to helm your punt or sail it yourself.

    A word of advice, however. When you’re punting with a family of kids, avoid running over a swan family of 10. Papa Swan will nip you in the punt…and possibly go after your pesky children trying to smack him in the head with an oar.

    On the other hand when you're punting with your sweetie (and have left the kids at home), don't forget to take champagne. Oh, and be sure your “punter” is a PhD Shakespeare scholar with whom you can have a literary conversation and probe for possibilities as a son-in-law.  


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