Premier Inn Ipswich - Chantry Park
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... feel when saying
farewell to their children off on their gap year. A touch of role reversal is no bad thing!
- Day 1 starts well after a great night’s
sleep. We had both felt really tired arriving in Harwich – we must have been
living on adrenalin ...
* So at last we are on the road. It is a strange feeling after months and months of preparations. But all is good and we are looking forward to our long journey * Lovely send off by Laura & Hannah for their 'gap year' parents! *. 1st night @ Premier Inn, Harwich. What style but hopefully a good night's sleep before crossing to Hook of Holland ...
... road to the English countryside. We spent 2 nights in a tiny town called Badwell Ash. All that is there is a village shop and a pub with a few houses. We stayed in a loft over someone's garage! We were greeted with a delicious homemade brownie each. Yum! We visited some great places while we were there. Check out the photos for more ...
... Norwich. Robin had a long journey back to Barnstaple on the train to Liverpool Street. I caught the Liverpool train and alighted at Thetford, the first stop. Andy opened the door at Wareham House as I approached and he chatted while I loaded up the bike. They had been very busy with walkers. I found the way back to the main road and cycled along it for about 4 miles then turned off onto the bike route 13, saving about 5miles on the convoluted ...
The last stop on our trip was at the little town of Lavenham. Lavenham is famous for its unique 15th-century half-timbered medieval cottages. The entire town has houses that have been preserved since the 1500's, and they are colorful, and most are leaning, almost falling over. A very picturesque town.
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking