Baytree House

Address: 30 Lyndhurst Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk, East Anglia, England, NR32 4PD, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 30 Lyndhurst Road, Lowestoft, is near Africa Alive!, Bluewater Shopping Mall, East Anglia Transport Museum, and Somerleyton Hall and Gardens.
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    Last day on the Broads

    A travel blog entry by kuno.budack on May 29, 2015

    ... weather. It hadn't been warm but it certainly had been dry. The only rain we had on the Broads was one night near Potter Heigham. But today was different. We drove home through heavy rains and the trip back took longer than coming here. Jane is glad to be home and set to work to clean, wash and iron all our clothes. Home, sweet ...

    4th day on the Broads

    A travel blog entry by kuno.budack on May 28, 2015

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    ... us. But that was a long jump away and I had to take the leap of faith, untie the rope, pull up the stake and then jump back onto the boat. I managed. We wanted to go back to where we slept the first night and that is where we headed next. The Scottish Highland Cattle was still there and we moored. Two further craft came, moored and left again. Was it us or the herd of long horned cows? Especially the first boat was a disaster ...

    3rd day on the Broads

    A travel blog entry by kuno.budack on May 27, 2015

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    ... several water mills. We turned into a little channel towards Ludham to a place called Womack Staithe. There was boat next to boat moored along the length of the village. The Board Authority officer we asked earlier had said to try the municipal mooring. Right at the end of the dead end channel there was a small berth flanked either sides by boat. I was so proud of myself after I managed to manoeuvre our large boat into that narrow space. ...

    2nd day on the Broads

    A travel blog entry by kuno.budack on May 26, 2015

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    ... like the spot, undid the ropes and shipped on.

    On and on we drove to search for a similarly quaint spot to yesterday. There was one with beautiful mooring places which was unusually empty, only to find out that you had to pay. We passed some free mooring on the channel next to Wroxham Broad but 3 boats were moored already and the spaces in between appeared to small. Problem is, we can't go past Wroxham bridge as it is to low so at the start of Wroxham ...

    1st day on the Broads

    A travel blog entry by kuno.budack on May 25, 2015

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    ... and they would be with us soon. "Soon" in Norfolk is a long time! The induction consisted of a quick tour of the boat and then we took her for a spin. One go at mooring, one 3-point turn, one reverse parking and we were let loose.

    By this time it was quite late so we simply went a bit North up the River Ant where we noticed a single boat mooring on a bank and we joined them. A herd of Scottish Highland ...