Lynford Hall Hotel

Mundford, Norfolk, East Anglia, England, IP26 5HW, United Kingdom | Hotel
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    A days rest in Ely

    A travel blog entry by rortyc on Aug 11, 2014

    4 photos

    Today was our first (and only) day without cycling. After a late breakfast we set about the job of sight seeing in Ely. It is a lovely city with much to explore and we wiled away most of the day walking about the city and paying homage at Cromwell's House and also visiting the Ely museum.

    The Riverside Inn is definitely ...

    Us vs. Hurricane Bertha

    A travel blog entry by rortyc on Aug 10, 2014

    1 photo

    ... it was against us. The rain stopped as we turned onto the track that lead by the long straight drainage ditches and the wind had turned more to a south easterly and we were heading south west. so it was more of a buffeting than the head-wind we had feared. The drainage canals were dotted with wind pumps of varying ages which had to be built as the land either side of the canals gradually shrunk and then lowered through the win erosion of the ...

    Hunstanton to Downham Market

    A travel blog entry by rortyc on Aug 09, 2014

    3 photos

    ... as a northerly soon became a south-westerly. However we made pretty good time int Kings Lynn and stopped for a coffee at Costa. I will only make a passing mention to never letting Sal use my Costa card again as she used all my hard-earned points on two coffees and some granary slice that looked more like bird food than something you would eat yourself.

    We then set off down following a cycle path that took us down the banks of ...

    Nearly scalped !!!

    A travel blog entry by suerussdrury on Mar 31, 2014

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... one in Newcastle. I said "you could put both of them in this one building and still have heaps of spare space".



















    Our Cathedral's are even smaller then some of their big churches that we have seen in tiny country towns. Russ was said, "it was amazing that it didn't get damaged in the war", Brenda was telling ...

    Right said Stig

    A travel blog entry by m8man on Oct 31, 2013

    7 photos

    Grime's Graves is a large Neolithic flint mining complex near Brandon in England close to the border between Norfolk and Suffolk. It was worked between circa 3000 BC and circa 1900 BC, although production may have continued well into the Bronze and Iron Ages (and later) owing to the low cost of flint compared with metals. Flint was much in demand for making polished stone axes in the Neolithic period. Much ...