Hotel De Paris
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... connection with it. We have been told we are two of the first handful of people to have walked the entire length of it and can only hope others will make their own pilgrimage along these energy lines and experience the wonders and rich insights which can flow from tuning in to the Mary and Michael earth currents.
... inclusion, and a genuine spirit of community which can enthuse and make our lives more joyful and worth living. Is the fear of lower than average economic growth and limited scope for wealth creation really all we need to worry about? Can we really say these are the most important criteria to live by?
Briefly I am pulled back from my reverie by a thick thigh high expanse of greenery where the footpath should be. We have to stop and don our wet weather ...
... boats come and go every day and have all the passengers on the boats look into your cottage as they float past! A number of the original cottages have thatched roofs but as none have fences on the riverbanks. They are not houses I'd like to rent with small children. The Bure River is much narrower than the Hawkesbury but its similar with thick vegetation along each side. (And apologies to non-NSW readers as I don't know of equivalent places in ...
... and Hoveton (other side). Discovered Roys shop - the largest general store in Britain. Its like a small department store - has 3 separate sites and is much bigger than a Target Country store. Wroxham is set up for the motor boat hire industry. Lots of boats to hire from small electric ones to larger day hire and then ones you can sleep on. Saw an older couple coming down towards one of the day hire boats, he with his ...
Much quieter this morning. The neighbourhood appears to attract noisy party-goers on their way home in the early hours of the morning. Friday night was the noisiest. I read in the local paper that the council has started a trial of closing some streets to traffic on Friday and Saturday nights to try and make it quieter for residents. Fishergate is not one of them! This morning there was hardly any noise, apart from the garbage trucks. Took a drive north to Cromer, then ...