Congham Hall Country House Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Hot tub
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Today we drove to Norfolk and on the way we stopped to see the Angel of The North sculpture on the way out of Newcastle.
On the way we also saw the last flying Vulcan which was on a final tour around the country. We stopped in King's Lynn and had a look around.
... upgrade to a BMW X3 with onboard sat nav.
Set course for Tracy but now it was rush hour leaving SF, so a 65 mile journey took 2.5 hrs. Worse was to come as we couldn't find the hotel in Tracy, eventually we arrived after at least an hour of searching, it was on a mall behind other shops, Bev was not impressed, but with a nice room and a good nights sleep, we should be set up for the drive to Yosemite ...
... even though your car might be submerged. A visit to Binham Priory ended our day. This site included a ruined benedictine priory established in 11th century and a church that has been used for 800 years. Fascinating mix of architecture from various periods. We might all like to preserve old buildings as they are now but you often see that the buildings have been changed many times over their hundreds of year old ...
... We brought our luggage downstairs where it could stay until 3 pm. Di particularly wanted to walk The Eel Trail as Mrs Cromwell would have done, but Bob was a little reluctant so we left out some of the points of interest. There are over 70 brass discs inset into the pavement to point you in the direction of the trail. It is circular walk which probably takes about one and a half hours and, as you circumnavigate ...
... around 1482 and has always been a family home, not a fortress. I believe a portion of it is still lived in today by the Baron and Baroness Bedingfeld. As a matter of fact I'm actually quite sure I saw them. Namely because I was standing squarely in the middle of the bridge over the moat wondering why this old couple in a Mercedes was looking at me like they wanted me to move...I guess they wanted to drive into ...