Fawlty Towers

Address: 60/61 Apsley Road, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, East Anglia, England, NR30 2HG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 60/61 Apsley Road, Great Yarmouth, is near Hippodrome Circus.
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    Travel Blogs from Great Yarmouth

    Off to the Chuch of England

    A travel blog entry by sueknox on Aug 09, 2015

    3 comments, 6 photos

    Day five, we headed to church - it was a memorial service for those who died in the second world war - I reflected on two things - firstly, the war was right on their back doorstep, or even in their living rooms, so it's no wonder they spend more time remembering what happened. There is still war damage visible (eg in Trafalgar Square, in Mackenzie St where Wayne and Di live - new houses that were built because the house ...

    Walking paths galore...

    A travel blog entry by sueknox on Aug 08, 2015

    5 photos

    Each day I have two hours off (yeah right!!!) from 2-4pm - it's been recommended I get right off the property so I don't get too claustrophobic being in one place. But actually, J does get out a bit - sometimes I need to take her (we're planning a trip to Woodbridge next week - a lovely riverside place full of boats) and sometimes she goes with friends.

    Anyway, I've been walking on my time off and now realise that's what English people mostly do when they go on ...

    Dragon hunting in Norwich

    A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Aug 08, 2015

    1 comment, 38 photos

    ... a castle, a stunning cathedral, quality shopping from the all of the major high street brands as well as lots of local individual shops and what seemed like a pub or coffee shop on every street corner. There is no need to worry about booking a refreshment stop as there are plenty of thirst quenching opportunities to suit all tastes. It would be great to spend a bit more time exploring in the city and of course it makes a good base for visiting the Norfolk coast ...

    And the work begins...

    A travel blog entry by sueknox on Aug 05, 2015

    2 comments, 15 photos

    Apparently, a village has a pub and a general store, so it's smaller than a town, which has at least one pub and several shops. Then there's a hamlet, which has no pub or store, it's just a group of houses that they get to call something. Snape is a village - just a general store and a pub - actually two now! The place where i am writing this now is my client's home - for the sake of privacy I'll call her J - I am enchanted by the house names - ...

    It started with a bacon roll...

    A travel blog entry by lisacoates on Aug 02, 2015

    8 photos

    Today was truly a day off. Our four boys were competing in a junior tournament at Broadlands. I woke up at 8:30, dressed and headed over to the club to watch Rohan play his first match. He was actually playing in two divisions, under 15 and under 19. Will and Wiatt also played but Sam had injured his hip flexor in the previous night's match. One of the best matches of the day was Wiatt's final match for 7/8. He played a Sam whom I had reffed earlier ...