Premier Inn Norwich City Centre - Duke Street
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It was a pretty nerve racking day....we picked the car up at Marble Arch,...set the GPS and headed of for Norwich.
Driving out of central London Isn't something I would like to do every day....there were lots of road works, and rounder bouts, bus lanes, and highway numbers to look out for....by the time I reached Norwich I was stuffed.
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 ...
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 ...
... depth of these waterways is usually less than 4 metres deep. Thirteen of the broads are completely navigable whilst three others have channels open to navigation running through them.
Some of the things we did included:
- an enjoyable 18 mile bike ride along the Brue River where a path runs along a narrow gauge heritage railway running from Ayslham to Wroxham. ...
... a lively debate almost got out of control. Finally we used the MUMSIE again, only this time invited them to role play. They quickly got into role and enjoyed practicing the moves and trying out new positions. It was lovely to hear their stories from then past week, when a few had tried these positions out for themselves. I didn't need to do much teaching as they discussed and shared with each other. They were delighted when I donated the MUMSIE ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPremier Inn Norwich City Centre - Duke Street
Close to the city center, nearby parking but tricky to find.
Good clean rooms, helpful staff and typical Premier Inn Breakfast, all very good value
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