Green Farm Hotel and Restaurant

Address: North Walsham Road, Thorpe Market, Norfolk, East Anglia, England, NR11 8TH, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on North Walsham Road, Thorpe Market, is near Roman Baths Museum, Felbrigg Hall, Cromer Pier, and Holme Dunes National Nature Reserve.
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Travel Blogs from Thorpe Market

Reflections on the search for a new story of life

A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Nov 22, 2014

10 comments, 27 photos

... 8221;

Hmmmmmm, and then he throws in a couple of quotes, the first by Teresa Moorey:

“Pagans happily acknowledge their unrestrained love of life and its pleasures, but they also undertake responsibility for themselves, humanity and the earth.”

And finally he gives us:

“It is now apparent that the ecological pragmatism of the so-called Pagan religions was a great deal more realistic in terms of conservation ethics than the ...

Norwich

A travel blog entry by nicoll on Nov 20, 2014

4 photos

... collects the mail in his mouth, bringing them back to Maureen in record time! I think the Keen personality has rubbed off on him too! Our time together went all too quickly, as it always does when you are with great friends that you see rarely. We return to London later today on the train - Garth will be staying in London, and I will be heading to my cousin's house to catch up with my mother's side of the ...

Concluding our Mary Michael Pilgrims Way

A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Oct 16, 2014

2 comments, 25 photos

... br> Today,
To be
Or not to be?

I have to admit I start with no great expectation for scenery which will make the next hour memorable. We bide our time crossing a busy road next to our B&B as we head west. It seems the paradox a pilgrim regularly has to confront, that just as we are approaching the east coast, the first direction to which we point our bodies is directly the opposite. Very quickly, however, we find the footpath we ...

A sense of sadness looms out of the mist

A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Oct 15, 2014

4 comments, 28 photos

... agree that we will need some time alone to recover. Of course, it is not the way when finishing an adventure of this nature to sit in quiet seclusion to recover. There will be days of hectic socialising as we immediately reconnect with friends and family. Something called 'the end’ is a lovely concept and comes with the love and kindness of friends, yet in some ways I know I would like to follow my namesake Badger down a hole to hibernate through the recovery. Not the physical ...

Wroxham Broads

A travel blog entry by mooseandibmini on Sep 23, 2014

16 photos

... peat could be easily transported. Later, when rainfall increased, the pits filled with water and so the lakes / broads were formed. The broads are about 9 foot deep and the sides of them are quite steep. There are now 63 broads but there used to be more. Over time, landowners and farmers have filled in some of the broads and others have silted up. The Bure River, which runs through Wroxham, is a tidal river and many of the dykes which connect ...