Best Western George Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Norfolk and heading back to the Midlands there was time to go walking at Sheringham Park, owned by the National Trust, that gave us expansive views over the North Norfolk Coast especially from the top of the Gazebo. Fortunately our timings also allowed us to see a steam train passing on the North Norfolk Railway and even though it was bitterly cold the sun was out and the view across to the sea was really most pleasant.
... economy. What’s not mentioned is that that’s just what leaders have to do to get re-elected......... -Urbanisation I read has resulted in there being 421 million fewer birds across Europe than thirty years ago. One of the researchers said “It is becoming increasingly clear that interaction with the natural world and wildlife is central to human wellbeing and significant loss of common birds could be quite detrimental to society”. This report really got under my ...
... collects the mail in his mouth, bringing them back to Maureen in record time! I think the Keen personality has rubbed off on him too! Our time together went all too quickly, as it always does when you are with great friends that you see rarely. We return to London later today on the train - Garth will be staying in London, and I will be heading to my cousin's house to catch up with my mother's side of the ...
... of how stone age man had felt when being reunited by his woman in Adam Thorpe’s 'On Silbury Hill’, and can only say that the joy couldn’t have matched mine:
"I would imagine being a bloke back in those pre-farming days, pacing softly out of a forest with my body charged and limber, the limp deer over my shoulders, heading back to my woman and my soup, my face woaded, tough as old boots at twenty-three, chock-full of ...
... with the river have over time silted up because they haven't been regularly dredged. Of the 63 broads, 14 are open for boats. Some broads are privately owned and some are part of an internationally renowned nature area.
The Broads became a popular holiday destination in Victorian and Edwardian times. Sailing boats were used then. In the 1930s, wooden motor cruisers with converted petrol car engines to power them became popular. And ...