Barnham Broom Hotel, Golf & Spa
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Travel Blogs from Barnham Broom
... cake in the lounge room downstairs that guests are very welcome to eat! We walked in to the town centre to try and find somewhere for lunch, but cafes were not easy to find. We eventually found quite a cosy place but as it was after 2 o'clock things like soup and filled potatoes were no longer available. Doug and I were quite content with a sandwich and coffee and then we set off to the Lynn Museum. The locals call the town Lynn. The Museum was ...
... Crowland for lunch. It's amazing what you find off the major roads. We had lunch near a small three way bridge that crossed a stream at it's junction with another, hence the need for a three way bridge. It was called Trinity Bridge, and the first bridge on the site dates from the year 970AD (no there's not a number missing from the year). There's a statue on the bridge that is thought to be either Christ, or King Ethelred.
We were making good ...
It was a pretty nerve racking day....we picked the car up at Marble Arch,...set the GPS and headed of for Norwich.
Driving out of central London Isn't something I would like to do every day....there were lots of road works, and rounderbouts, bus lanes, highway numbers to look out for....by the time I reached Norwich I was ...
... Stratford station. All 3 of us plus bikes plus a woman with a pushchair squeezed into a lift. When the doors opened on the opposite side we found we were so wedged in that we could nt get out at all. Thought that might be the end of our hol.
We arrived at our hotel at about 5.30, drank too much celebratory red wine and went to ...
... 2 19th Calais to Auchy au Bois 48 miles.
It ll be good to get going after the months of preparation
Day 3 20th Auchy au Bois to Rancourt 58 miles.
Pass a lot of WW1 battlefields and cemeteries.
Day 4 21st Rancourt to Mons en Laonnois 56 miles
Cross the Somme river