Elme Hall Hotel
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Excellent price for the facilities. Had a wonderful meal from their daily set menu.
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Drove up to Norwich first thing this morning to meet up up with my cousin Ian and his family and his Mum Aunt Joan. We went into Norwich city first and had a look around and stopped in a nice Cafe for breakfast and a coffee. After breakfast we just happened to look in a Jewellery store window and fifteen minutes later had replaced the wedding ring I lost in Italy.
Drove out to Ian's house just out of the city and ...
Went for a walk down memory lane again this morning to get photos of the area where I was born and my grand parents lived. I forgot to put the memory card back in the camera yesterday so all the shots I took were non-existent.
I met Cheryl in town and had coffee and breakfast before heading off to Sainsburys in search of a cabin bag to fit in some of our (Cheryl's) shopping. Small case purchased we drove off to Bury St Edmunds for a look around there, unfortunately ...
Looking forward to a relaxing 2 weeks with my family before I leave them for 6 months! Starting to get my bag packed, all the thoughtful presents from my lovely class are coming in very handy! Not sure if I will be able to fit 6 months worth of clothes in one back pack though!
Hopefully next time I write I will be packed and ready to go! Getting very excited now!
31st March - Monday
We were going to have a lazy type day, but when we got up somehow we decided to go to Ely. We are pleased we did, Ely is a lovely town. Winston was puttering along fine just minding his own business when he found himself in the wrong lane heading for a VERY low bridge, it was too late he couldn't turn off and there was nowhere to go. There was a parade of several cars following ...
... of the The Tempest was held in the summer of 1932. Rowena realised that she had started something that just had to continue. Over the next seven years there were many improvements made by Rowena as she laboured for her gardener Billy and his mate. Under the skills of the two men, granite was cut from hand from a pile of tumbled boulders and stones were inched into place. The terraces were in-filled with earth, small stones and pebbles shovelled down ...