Zoe and Martha walked over the main bridge and entered the small gap which dipped in to the side of the road on the left. When they took the left in to the small pathway they walked down the ramp and found themselves by the river. The river was calm, the sun was reflecting from the small ripples inside it and the path was clean with joggers, walkers, cyclists and boat owners occupying it. Many people lived in the boats in the summer and some even through the winter. Most of the boats were rather large and some of them were small.
They continued to walk along the path which led them to the city centre. The river had much natural scenery which was rather amazing. To the left was an unmarked track which led to a small nature reserve. The river itself had ducks and swans swimming proudly in it. The river was green in appearance and it seemed to be mating season as there were many new hatchlings swimming behind the birds. There were also dragon flies flying and connected with each other.
At night, bats could be seen flying over the river but they couldn’t be seen at this particular time. They reached the middle of the river and found a boat house which had many university students racing up and down the river with each other. It was obviously training day for the students. Every year they would have a race in the summer and trophies and medals would be given out to the first, second and third place winners.
Next to the swimmers was someone selling souvenirs for the race day on an oak table. The souvenirs were very shiny and all had the theme of the boat races. They admired some of the rowers and then walked on. They passed over a few more foot bridges and then finally arrived to the edge of the small city centre. They passed by a coffee shop and went in to have a tea and some food to refresh them. It had been a long walk which had by surprise worn them out. The walk was so interesting that they didn’t feel it at the time.
They then paid for their meal and gave the waiter a tip and continued walking in to the city centre. On the right was a police station and road was filled with tourists, public transport and souvenir shops. This was clearly a place which catered heavily to tourists. They walked on for a little bit longer and found that there were many shops which they wanted to go in to. When they saw the clothes shops it lit up their eyes.