Holiday Inn Express Norwich
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... I think the temperature must have dropped a bit because eventually we got fidgety and decided unanimously that it was time to move on. As we made the short walk bat to the car it started to rain and hail very hard - if we'd waited five minutes or left five minutes earlier we'd have missed it. A couple of minutes later our waterproofs were very wet and we were hiding behind the car with the boot up, wondering if it would be better to stay there until the weather ...
... hook ups. Facilities on this park include modern toilets/showers, laundry, washing up sinks, outdoor play area and facilities for the disabled. A short walk from the site you will find a gift shop, supermarket, pub, restaurant, fish and chip shop and takeaway. Dogs are allowed on this vw campervan site but not in the zoo or holiday ...
... But no what i actually done was eat loads of junk food catch up with friends and go shopping. Shopping was very successful I bought a winter coat Sir David Attenborough himself would endorse for nordic conditions. A knitted jumper your nan would be proud of and running trainers the Bolt would wear. All these items are not what you should or would buy if you are planning to go Australia in 3days time. at the start ...
... to the main path we paused to watch some of the surprisingly large number of dragonflies (and several butterflies) that were also enjoying the weather.
Back on the main path we continued down to the beach. The tide was quite well out which doesn't help at Titchwell but the wooden bench at the edge of the dunes was unoccupied so we bagsed it quickly before anyone else did. Even here in this fairly exposed location the weather remained benign so we set ...
... it whilst the tawdry, tacky and noisy that made up the rest of the town's Saturday night entertainment raned between busy and packed. We were both sort of glad that we weren't on the pull. The one redeeming feature was a genuinely good Indian restaurant called the Bombay Brasserie (I know) on Railway Street (or Road, perhaps) where we had a dish called Chicken Zalwalla that was delicious and highly spiced, coupled with a top quality naan bread. So one thing worth going back for, maybe.
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking