Manor Hotel, Blakeney

The Quay, Blakeney, Norfolk, East Anglia, England, NR25 7ND, United Kingdom | Hotel
 

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We Are Family

A travel blog entry by craigandrea

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Today was a nice quiet "geeky" type of day. The ones that librarians love! We spent many a joyful hour at the Norfolk Archives! It was actually a lot better than it sounds. Andrea's ancestors (The Carman family) go back to the Norwich area. Andy had carried out a fair bit of research online before we came. The ladies at the Archives were very good explaining to me the difference between microfilm and microfiche and where ...

Donal' Where's Your Troosers?

A travel blog entry by craigandrea

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Drove straight to Colchester,where we got seriously lost amidst the one way system, before eventually finding our way to the Military Tournament. It was a huge affair, involving massed bands, re-enactments, displays of many different kinds and a full funfair. Very quickly we ran into a couple of blokes who had been in the Scottish regiment with Craig ...

Sheringham to Cromer 9m. 15k

A travel blog entry by sallyj22

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Lovely breakfast with super-polite waiters in black ties and white shirts. We left the Beaumaris at 9.15 and walked to the station for a ride on the Poppy Line to Holt. The railway is all run by volunteers and very efficient. A Diesel engine was pulling the first train--the seats in the old carriages were so comfortable! The ride to Holt took 22minutes; we then walked into Holt, passing Greshams School, which looked ...

Blakeney to Sheringham 9.5m 15k

A travel blog entry by sallyj22

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... was a relief to get back onto the grass on the cliffs. Soon the wind got up and it started to rain. The wind then changed to a howling wind, making the last few miles to Sheringham hard work. Robin had pinpointed the Beaumaris Hotel, but we decided to buy food for dinner before checking in. Our rooms are very spacious and very 60's. Had a bath to soak the aching legs, then we ate our food in my ...

Wells to Blakeney 9.5 m 15k

A travel blog entry by sallyj22

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... in 2011. Our coffee spot was inside a bird hide--no birds, but it had seats. The path continued pretty well straight until we reached Morston Quay. Turning along a lane we came to the main road with no pavement, even in the village. Stopped at the Anchor, apparently a prize-winning eating places. This was reflected in the prices, but the fish and chips were good. Feeling rather over-full, we has a look round ...

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