Manor Hotel, Blakeney
Travel Blogs from Blakeney
... cake in the lounge room downstairs that guests are very welcome to eat! We walked in to the town centre to try and find somewhere for lunch, but cafes were not easy to find. We eventually found quite a cosy place but as it was after 2 o'clock things like soup and filled potatoes were no longer available. Doug and I were quite content with a sandwich and coffee and then we set off to the Lynn Museum. The locals call the town Lynn. The Museum was ...
... t recovered from or forgiven William the Conquerer for the "harrying of the north" during which thousands were killed, crops burnt, livestock killed, and villages destroyed. This all happened because Yorkshiremen were renown as standing up for themselves, but that was beaten out of them over many years. They clearly have long memories though.
We travelled through the Lincolnshire fenlands today, which were low lying swampy areas before they were drained centuries ago ...
... NORWICH CASTLE AND did the complete tour. this is one of the best example of an intact medieval castle.
We walked around the Cathedral but we were to late....closed
So it was to find the oldest pub for dinner .."the Adam and Eve"....we past the Wig and Pen.....nearly as old.
GOOD meal, and a slow walk back to the hotel.
Great breakfast with Robert and Jess, thank you.
Set off with high hopes but 2 yards from their house Steve fell off fully cleated....no worries, nothing was hurt but his pride.
Another great send off at the station from Debbie and Paul, armed with jelly babies.
The journey was seamless apart from a little hiccough in a ...
... head for the famous Burgundy wine houses
Day 11 28th. Rest day in Beaune
Day 12 29th. Beaune to Malay. 36 miles
Pick up a cycle path in Givry and follow it for over 100km.
Day 13 30th. Malay to Belleville. 40 miles
Cont along the cycle path to Macon. ...