The Rose and Crown Hotel
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... 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.
... 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 ...
... 163;3.50 for parking (free for NT members). We visited the information centre, then took the 2 mile, each way, walk to South Foreland Lighthouse. The walk is along the white cliffs with beautiful views. After our walk, we had lunch at the information centre, which was quite nice, then drove to our motel. On the way we drove through Dartford Tunnel which we felt was tolled. As we left the ...
Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, today I boarded a flight home back to England. A 12 hour flight mind! (I told you there would be more to update on the change of my travel plans.) Therefore, my plans to visit numerous countries have ...
... stark, white forests of wind generators. These seem to have sprouted up all over the UK, and can be seen everywhere you go - something to do with a subsidy or grant people can get if they put one on their land. They look strange out in the sea, but I suppose they are more attractive than a traditional power station with smokey chimneys. The walk took us through some lovely woodland and along "Squirrel Walk", which delivered on its promise, and ...