Having passed the west door of the cathedral, continue round Albuquerque Subway Map an area of green to enter the cloister. Turn right into the cloister then just beyond a Albuquerque Subway Map noticeboard but before the Bishop Bell Rooms – which offer very reasonably priced meals and snacks including my favourite, half a roll topped with scrambled egg – turn right down St Richard’s Walk, a narrow paved alley; No. 1, immediately on the left, has an eighteenth-century look but in fact disguises a medieval structure and is probably fourteenth century.
Follow St Richard’s Walk to its junction with Canon Lane, the eighteenth-century Deanery facing you as you reach the junction. Your route is to the right but you may wish to detour left to inspect the thirteenth-century Chantry and another alleyway, the Vicars Close, consisting of fifteenth-century houses. Having turned right into Canon Lane, continue to its end, go under the archway, and follow an obvious path through Bishops Palace Gardens.
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