South Norfolk Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Day just chilling in Horsford and a spot of cheap and cheerful lunch at The Oaks. Washing done and nicely drying in the sun ready for our next stint.
Edinburgh for 2 nights then 'old London Town for 7. Plenty of people to catch up with and so looking forward to it. Will have a day up the East End, go and view the Shard plus lots more in the greatest city in the world. (Oh ok that's always debatable but certainly one of the greatest)
... s. It could actually do with a bit more fixing-up as the rain was coming through the roof making some of the steep ladders a bit more interesting than they needed to be.
We also took a short detour at Sea Pallings to see their coastal defences - middle-aged or what. Interesting though as they are 100 metre islands of rock that run parallel to the bean about 100m offshore. They create small strips of sand leading in arcs out ...
... recommended. If we had wanted penny arcades, piercings and tattoos we were in the right place. However as our requirements was a meal in a nice restaurant, we would be sorely disappointed. The pub had a buffet on which seemed to consist of hoards of people sitting at plastic tables with a plate piled high with nosh. We decided to reverse our route and stop off at the local convenience store for ...
... the correct address). Well I guess even the Dutch can get things wrong. Anyway they immediately sent a replacement via mail - wonder when it will get here? They promise in about 3 days ... we'll see.
So we decided to see some more of the UK country-side. We found a 3 day tour of Wales outlined and decided to do that while waiting. There was a small worry of ex-hurricane Bertha, now a major storm, heading for the UK but ...
Located in the grounds of Oxborough Hall the current chapel dates from the 1830s. It was constructed around the time of the Oxford Movement prior to the dominance of Neo Gothic architecture. It is a relatively plain red brick building overlooking meadows.