Almond Tree Hotel and Restaurant
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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Another beautiful, hot day. After breakfast we drove to Taverham, where there is an incredibly large, well stocked, and well laid out craft/haberdashery store. Annie was still looking for Norfolk cross stitches. The problem is, she has done most of them in the past. But today she managed to find two, which we purchased. We then drove to North Walsham. There was a market in operation and we strolled both the market ...
... still on sale today, decades after they were written. After lunch it was back to R & Js for ice cream and then we drove S & W home. There granddaughter, Ellie called. We then headed off, driving to Mousehold Heath. We stopped at some tea rooms for a relaxing cuppa. Back to our motel for a trial pack. We leave for London on Friday, when we will hand back our ...
This morning, after breakfast, we drove into Norwich and looked around Chapelfield Shopping Centre. We had a pot of tea at a Costa outlet and then drove to The Rushcutter Hotel. This hotel is located on a river, and we sat there in the sun, under a large umbrella and had lunch. We were with Annie's cousins, Colleen and Joy, and their husbands John and Bob. The setting and food were very good and we had an enjoyable time. After lunch, we went our separate ways. ...
... we wanted to check it our for lunch on Thursday. It was still there and the menu looked as good as ever. We strolled around the village, checking out the shops. Off then to another NT property, Felbrigg Hall (£9.85 each for non members plus £2 parking). We visited this magnificent home, enjoyed the beautiful gardens, and lunched in the sunshine. Very nice. We then drove to Sheringham. Annie has been looking ...
After breakfast we drove to Wroxham where we booked our trip on the Norfolk Broads. We booked tickets for the 11.30am trip on the boat Cordon Rouge (£8 each). We were a bit early so we drove to Wroxham Barn. Annie was looking for cross stitches with scenes of Norfolk but they were proving difficult to find. Again we had no luck. We drove back to Wroxham and walked around the village. We then boarded our boat and went on a most enjoyable 90 minute cruise. It rained ...