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Travel Blogs from Gorleston-on-Sea
... into the hotel which was located within easy walking distance of this interesting city.
This is a city with a very mixed past, from ROMAN, then the Vikings followed by the GERMAN until 1066 when William the Conqueror, defeated them and started a long period of English King, not of course without intrigue and bloodshed.
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 ...
... to Bar sur Seine
Day 9 26th. Bar sur Seine to St Seine l Abbaye 60 miles
Could be toughest day, uphill all the way with a couple of killers at the end and the prevailing wind against. Pass the source of the Seine.
Day 10. 27th. St Seine l'Abbaye to Beaune 43 miles
... time we planned and then caught a cab into Heathrow. The bloody M25 was blocked so it took us 1.5hours to travel less than 10kms. Fun fun fun Our flight to Istanbul was on time, Melanie managed to check her luggage in hours early and escape to the lounge.. so a good end to a months holiday as we waved goodbye to her and set off to Turkey anticipating our 7 star cruise... and the Butler of course ...
Today we left early from Faringdon and made our way towards Oxford. We made our own breakfast and saved £20! It was a bit wet but we still wanted to look around the famous University. We found an undercover park near the bus station and wandered into the middle of the city. Lovely old buildings and we also found the library. Unfortunately, the streets got very slippery once it started raining heavily and we were ...