Holiday Inn Ipswich-Orwell
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We traveled back to Colchester to catch up with family and to start making our way back towards Dover. We are catching the ferry back to France on the second of July. While we were here last time we saw the town, so this time we decided to go to the zoo. It was a really hot and sunny day. We went early in the ...
... bikes and are currently blowing up big air beds with a foot pump ( not cool) simon even offered to help them as they looked so under prepared! The mans face is redder than a tomato but we have given them some of the campsites chairs, which currently have coats!?!? Hanging on ( it's 25 degrees) Apart from them we have the pitch to ourselves and is a very nice quiet area, early start tomorrow as it's going to be boiling!! Miles 50 Campsite 18 ...
... We had lunch in a local cafe and borrowed mc Donald's wifi to google translate our menu, only mistake was forgetting that 'chips' means crisps...not as good! In the afternoon we got a bit lost but had a break outside a church and a Good Samaritan helped us find our way turned out we needed to get a ferry across the river, however got off at the wrong stop so missed seeing ...
We worked most of Saturday getting everything setup for GoLive on RentalMan on Monday, Sept 1st. It was a long day, but we made it.
Sunday, August 31 was more fun as Andrew and his wife Mandy hosted everyone on a river cruise. It was quite a gentle ride from Ipswich to Harwich and Felixstowe and back. ...
... allowed us to see the rows of joined houses look at the concrete gardens and well there was a Halfords (Like Repco in Australia) so a 5 litre tin of Classic Motorcycle oil was carried back along with our required in Europe Alco test kits.The English country side as usual was green unless dotted by yellow fields of rape,with less ocassionally sheep and cattle which generally were out numbered by horses. The roads were mostly only one lane each way with ...