Fritton House Hotel
Travel Blogs from Fritton
... a Lancaster, all of which can and do still fly. All the aircraft are original too, and a number flew in battle over Germany and the D Day beaches. The museum is at a working RAF base, and Tornado fighters were taking off and landing all the time. It's one thing we've noticed here - wherever you go you can hear fighter jets flying low over the countryside. It's a little unnerving.
From there we started heading for Cambridge, and pulled into a little ...
It was a pretty nerve racking day....we picked the car up at Marble Arch,...set the GPS and headed of for Norwich.
Driving out of central London Isn't something I would like to do every day....there were lots of road works, and rounderbouts, bus lanes, highway numbers to look out for....by the time I reached Norwich I was ...
... deli!) Ken could see why the English go to Spain for their holidays! Had a great gluten free afternoon tea with her partner Peter – a real pea farmer (that was just for you Gay!)
AP has a gorgeous garden and we were taken by this beautiful rose. We rolled out of Aldeburgh to drive to Kettering for more hospitality with Roe’s cousin’s Noel and Anne.
Great breakfast with Robert and Jess, thank you.
Set off with high hopes but 2 yards from their house Steve fell off fully cleated....no worries, nothing was hurt but his pride.
Another great send off at the station from Debbie and Paul, armed with jelly babies.
The journey was seamless apart from a little hiccough in a ...
... to Bar sur Seine
Day 9 26th. Bar sur Seine to St Seine l Abbaye 60 miles
Could be toughest day, uphill all the way with a couple of killers at the end and the prevailing wind against. Pass the source of the Seine.
Day 10. 27th. St Seine l'Abbaye to Beaune 43 miles