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Norwich is, if honest, a little isolated. There seems to be no quick way to get to the city either by road or rail and the journey just seems far longer than it really should (some of the scenery en-route is not that inspiring either) however when you do get there what a delightful city it is!
We were met by our good friends Tim, Georgie and Tom at Norwich station at 11.15 (after leaving Derby at 07.53) to go dragon hunting. There are in total 84 GoGoDragons ...
... We walked up to the castle and rejoined Richard. It was windy and fairly cold.
We returned to the squash club and had a warm up hit before the matches began. I just needed to play some regular points to get my game head ready. I played a guy named Sam. He was a good runner but I beat him 3-0. Julie had the match of her life, a 5 gamer against Neil. She was putting the whole Millman philosophy into practice, ...
... cold, there were very few people on the beach. It was about 15 degrees and very windy. As we walked up the beach, we could see the odd seal playing in the surf relatively close. Eventually we came upon a group of beached seals, resting and sunning themselves. This beach was magnificent. Massive and wide. Will and Sven decided it was definitely worth a dip, not sure what the temperature was, but cold, maybe 60 F.
Pat had once again packed a lunch ...
... worried. I stopped at the café and picked up a cheese scone and a fizzy juice. I just couldn't face Pat's lovely sandwiches though I did have a piece of ginger cake. For some reason, a plain sweetness really appeals to me right now.
We spent the next couple of hours, touring the mansion itself. There were a lot of very knowledgeable volunteers who could answer all of our questions. It was a self-guided tour through all of the rooms.
To finish our ...
... br> Seven Oaks to Charing Cross took about 35 minutes. Then I walked to Embankment and picked up the Circle Line to Liverpool Station. I was about 45 minutes early for my train so I grabbed a latte and waited.
The train journey to Norwich was almost 2 hours, 10 minutes behind schedule with a very apologetic announcement that the British do so well.
Richard Millman was there to pick me up in the 20 passenger van he had ...