The Beeches Guest House

Address: 2 Guannock Terrace, King's Lynn, Norfolk, East Anglia, England, PE30 5QT, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 2 Guannock Terrace, King's Lynn, is near Sandringham House, Castle Rising, and Queenies.
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    A travel blog entry by gandcsears on Oct 17, 2015

    ... lovely family, then Ian and I drove over and picked up Aunt Joan from her place. We all went to Dinner at Park Farm Restaurant and had a great day out.

    We dropped back at Ian's after the restaurant and chatted for a while and before we knew it, it was 6.00pm. We said our farewells and drove back to Thetford for a quiet evening at the hotel.

    It was great catching up with everyone, we had a really good day.

    Thetford and Bury St Edmonds

    A travel blog entry by gandcsears on Oct 16, 2015

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    ... getting to the stage where one medieval town is just the same as all the others now.

    We spent a couple of hours in Bury St Edmunds then drove back to Thetford where we walked around Castle Hill, which is an old fort site dating back to the 1100's. From there we moved on to Thetford Priory which dates back to Henry the VIII times.

    Dropped Cheryl of for a pedicure while I went back to the room for a short rest. We dined at the Thomas Paine pub and a very nice ...


    A travel blog entry by gandcsears on Oct 15, 2015

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    ... around King street, the main shopping area. Apparently Dad's Army was filmed predominantly around Thetford and we stumble across a statue of Captain Mainwaring down by the Little Ouse river.

    After we walked out of town towards Fulmerston Rd where I was born and Staniforth Rd where Nan and Grandad Sears used to ...

    Getting into the groove.

    A travel blog entry by cdickson6 on Jun 06, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... a beautiful cathedral as its centre piece. This appears to be the norm throughout the UK and the size and grandueir of the cathedrals seems to be based on the size of the respective towns and the history surrounding the areas they are located in. Marg and I were able to wander the streets of the town and spend some time exploring the cathedrals exterior and interior and taking the required photographs. We then settled into a lovely pizza restaurant ...

    Tall in Peru

    A travel blog entry by lesleyharwood on Sep 21, 2014

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    ... anywhere else I have been. These are some of the things I will remember, the everyday as well as the outright amazing. And, by the way, I am quite tall in Peru.

    The architecture, particularly in Cusco. In the centre, it has a colonial feel - white-washed walls, terracotta pan tiles, little wooden balconies, in some parts blue-painted doors and windows, cobblestone roads. But there are also parts of exposed Inca walls following an earthquake in 1950. ...