The Cliftonville Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the time to see more clearly and appreciate where we are and the life around us.
The path proves an easy one to follow, for which we are thankful, and by noon we reach St. Mary's Ashby, yet another isolated small church. Although its closed, it does leave an impact in my mind because of its pretty thatch and suave sleek tower. I am reminded of Hamish Miller's description in the Sun and the Serpent of the extensive presence of small churches in ...
... between the two.
It is nearly 2pm when we walk in to the Waveney River Centre where David and two of his friends are waiting. Over a late lunch we have the pleasure of meeting two more people, both called Steve. I find myself drawn into a delightful conversation with one of them who is a Roman Catholic Priest based in the largest town hereabouts, Lowestoft. The conversation is so agreeable as we delve into our shared beliefs around the need for a wider more ...
Here are some history / geography facts about the Broads courtesy of Chris, our river cruise skipper. There are 3 rivers in the northern broads and 3 in the southern broads. A 'broad' is another term for a lake but they are not natural lakes. Back in medieval times, there was no coal and few trees for firewood so peat was collected and burned. Over time, the peat pits got deeper and deeper. These pits were dug near the rivers so that the peat could ...
... wondered whether he would get on board but he did. With the obligatory dog in tow. There must have been at least 4 dogs on our cruise! 2 other boats like ours all set out from Wroxham to cruise the Broads for one and a half hours. Ian reckons there were about 100 on each boat. The other boats were filled by oldies from tour buses whereas ours was still full of oldies, apart from us(!!), but just oldies travelling ...
... Admittedly, Dorset is much hillier and even Kent has some hills. However we also drove through some woods where the branches of the trees make a dark tunnel. That was really pretty. At Cromer we walked along the 'front' and went out onto the pier. At the end of the pier was the RNLI (Lifeboats). The pier was damaged last December in some fierce gales and is still being repaired. Evidently there is a famous theatre on the pier but we didn't investigate what was ...