Norfolk Arms Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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So today is the the day I begin my journey, although a Travelodge in Birmingham isn't quite as exciting as Tanzania... (probably dirtier as well).
I'm currently doing some last minute rearranging of suitcases to fit everything in, with the help of Kenny ...
Hughesy joined me for this weekend. Unfortunately the dairy farmer had not told me I was milking on Sat so I begin our weekend having to milk! But lucky it was just for the morning. We thought it'd be nice to head up to the Peak District to have a look around the National park. It was about an hours drive north through Derbyshire and just into Staffordshire. Our first stop was Ilam which ...
... that my mother and Kenny seem to have planned an excessive amount of scrabble tournaments (I hate scrabble) and tea drinking sessions so she might not have time to miss me! Well I'd better get back to packing (more on that later) Also I would like to say a big THANKYOU to everyone who attended my fundraiser in the summer and to everyone who has given me money for this trip, I couldn't have done it without you!
... Roman wall erected as a defence against marauding northern tribes, it was a massive structure stretching from one coast to the other. Pretty amazing any of it still exists today. Then onto York. York is England's most complete medieval walled city, the most spectacular sight here I think, is the York Minster. We head off on a guided walking tour of the city taking in the maze of quaint streets including the area known as the ...
... and the Lion of St Mark on the handle so best guess would be a Venetian connection. As the leather case is gilded and laquered this may also point to Venice and its rich tradition of fine leather working for book binding. However without provenance this is only speculation, but it is very very pretty and has some age.
Eventually managed to source the seed potatoes I wanted on line, after Thompson and Morgan failed to deliver my original order because of the floods. Going to ...