The Rose and Crown Hotel

23 Market Place, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, England, PE13 1DG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 23 Market Place, Wisbech, is near The Octavia Hill Birthplace Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Wisbech

    A days rest in Ely

    A travel blog entry by rortyc on Aug 11, 2014

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    ... so far as it is right on the river (the name gives that away) and has some very fine rooms. However, we did our best to make the hotel room look like a Chinese laundry as we needed a few fresh clothes. I'm not sure what the owners thought of our assortment of clothing strategically draped in variously parts of the bathroom.
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    Us vs. Hurricane Bertha

    A travel blog entry by rortyc on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... wind. Very hard going as you can imagine, but eventually we made it into Ely to find the earnest coffee shop to not only have a warming drink, but to also use their facilities to change into some warm and dry clothing.

    We managed to check-in to the hotel at about 1:30pm and then off to Prezzo's for a bit of late lunch. Not before the heavens opened again for a tremendous heavy shower that seemed biblically fitting for the city we were in.
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    Hunstanton to Downham Market

    A travel blog entry by rortyc on Aug 09, 2014

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    ... Ouse. we now started to get an appreciation of the vast flat fens where you can see for 20+ miles in each direction.

    Our final stop for the day was a Downham Market at a very nice B&B called The Dials. It was built in 1750 and we were give a lovely room in the loft of the house with old beams and tiny windows. The town itself is not the prettiest but there is was one restaurant that had rave reviews called Palmers. ...

    Sand Dunes and Red Sqirrels

    A travel blog entry by afromont on Jul 15, 2014

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... 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 ...

    There's no WHAT!!

    A travel blog entry by suerussdrury on May 01, 2014

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    ... have the next two, just looking out for the last one. I also picked up another book by Victoria Hislop 'The Return' which I am looking forward too, hope it is as good as the other one. These Charity shops had heaps of books. While we were at Diss we had lunch. We left while it was still sprinkling and headed for our new home at Mildenhall. Mildenhall is northeast of Cambridge, we are making our way south, back ...