BEST WESTERN Brome Grange Hotel
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Simone and I spent the whole day in Norwich yesterday. I had my first taste of a cold day so was rugged up well. I have come down with a cold, so so much for my belief in Olive Leaf Tablets. It's not too bad though, just a few sniffles, so maybe they do work. We went into a lot of Charity Shops looking for a parka for me. Finally managed to get a really nice one for 7 pounds. I'm set now. As I am going to leave all the winter clothes here, it would be silly to go on a ...
... this time of the year so haven't needed to rug up yet. October was the warmest month on record! Autumn is so beautiful and so I am loving the colours and kicking up the leaves with Bindi! I was craving a typically english roast lunch, so on Friday, we shared a roast chicken platter at yet another really lovely pub. I can see a lot of pub grubs in my future! Divine!!! Enjoy the photos, and love to hear from you! Jude ...
... member of their household, a lovely black curly-coated dog, whose name I can't remember, but his lovely black eyes in his black head stay with me along with his affectionate nature. And now I think about it, I'm not sure he wasn't a she. I leave here to go to Luton Airport, drop off the car (so everything needs to be packed properly, back to one suitcase, one backpack and a handbag), and get a bus to ...
... great food thanks to Gill who had subsidised our celebratory meal.
Amy and Claire left on the Monday, leaving the four of us one more day in Norfolk, so we visited and took a tour of St George's Distillery at nearby Roudham, England's first commercial whisky distillery in over 100 years. Very reasonable single malt produced from locally sourced artesian water and malted barley. Then, on the morning that we ...
... sporting Cambridge paraphernalia.
Dinner was chicken pasta at a restaurant called Zizzi also in Cambridge. After recreating a scene from Chariots of Fire after dinner, we boarded the coach to head to the port of Harwich to catch the overnight ferry to Holland. Cabins are pretty nice for a ferry and there are over 350 other EF students here heading to the Netherlands for the 70th Anniversary ...