First - do not wear heels! The cobblestones and steepness of the hill would be risky! The houses and the walk to the river are gentle and you seep back away from modernity to the gables and overhangs of pitched roof and huge chumney stacks. There are several galleries - The Jade Tree offers handmade pieces from local artists and the Hungate Church often has art exhibitions on - a pretty oasis garden also from the hustle and bustle of busy Norwich. There are fine art galleries and antique shops also with a few cafes interspersed along the way to Magdalen Road. Do go into the Britton Arms - the food is delicious and there is a secret garden that abuts the Hungate Church - and it's so quiet! The cakes are as good as the salads and in the winter there is a roaring fire and substantial fare. This area is hard for wheelchair users or less able bodies but if you can make it, it may be easier to access it from the Magdalen road end rather than St.Andrews/Blackfriars. Also, there are boat cruises on the Wensum from along this little street and if you have kids - be aware- there is a lovely teddy bear shop...!
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