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Travel Blogs from Frammingham Pigot
... that have occurred over the centuries. Someone has calculated that a parish church with a population of 1,000 people living around it might have had up to 20,000 people buried in the churchyard since it was built. Amazing!
Tomorrow we head for Banbury, via Cambridge, then Oxford the night after. We drop the hire car off in Oxford, and on Friday make our way by train to Chipping Campden.
Bye for now,
Alan and Nise.
... NORWICH CASTLE AND did the complete tour. this is one of the best example of an intact medieval castle.
We walked around the Cathedral but we were to late....closed
So it was to find the oldest pub for dinner .."the Adam and Eve"....we past the Wig and Pen.....nearly as old.
GOOD meal, and a slow walk back to the hotel.
Great breakfast with Robert and Jess, thank you.
Set off with high hopes but 2 yards from their house Steve fell off fully cleated....no worries, nothing was hurt but his pride.
Another great send off at the station from Debbie and Paul, armed with jelly babies.
The journey was seamless apart from a little hiccough in a ...
... 5 22nd Mons en Laonnois to Epernay. 60 miles.
Another long day. Some stunning views expected. (Means hills)
Day 6 23rd Rest day in Epernay.
Day 7 24th. Epernay to Troyes 63 miles.
Long but hopefully not too hilly
Day 8 25th Morning round Troyes, ...
... the car dried out. We had a pretty clear run through to Pin Mill via the A34 and A 421 around Milton Keynes and Cambridge, then the A14 via Bury St Edmunds and Stowmarket to near Ipswich, then the road to Pin Mill turned off from Felixstowe. It was gorgeous and the River Orwell was really scenic. We had lunch at the Butt and Oyster and I found Alma Cottage. Very happy to follow in Authur Ransome's footsteps - 'We didn't ...