Premier Inn Norwich Airport
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It was all you would expect from a budget hotel. Rooms were dark so sleep was easy - there was some noise but was expected given the proximity to the airport and local bars.
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Simone and I spent the whole day in Norwich yesterday. I had my first taste of a cold day so was rugged up well. I have come down with a cold, so so much for my belief in Olive Leaf Tablets. It's not too bad though, just a few sniffles, so maybe they do work. We went into a lot of Charity Shops looking for a parka for me. Finally managed to get a really nice one for 7 pounds. I'm set now. As I am going to leave all the winter clothes here, it would be silly to go on a ...
... a factory shop. At school, the girls ran out and welcomed me with huge hugs and kisses. The drive home from school at 4pm is in the pitch black now, and takes at least 45 minutes. I don't know how Simone manages to do it every night. I actually managed to stay up until nearly 8.00 and was still up at my normal time of 5.30 the next morning. I always find it amazing that I don't suffer from jet-lag. The weather is very ...
... from home. My brother, Jos, has died. And I am far away. I'm not a stranger to death, but it always feels strange. But I have never been this far away when it happened before. Thank God for the internet, I can call home quite easily and talk with my sister and my niece, who were both with him when he died. Tears come and go over the next few days, and this news slows me down, and I allow it to do ...
... track which loops round from Hargham Road and joins up with Fen Street.
The Sandy Lane walking track through the woodland area on the way to the village of Banham is a nice quiet walk too.
Then there is my personal favourite. Take Mill Road out of the village, past the windmill, over the crossroads the take the first left after that. Walk all the way to Caravan New Barn farm then take the footpath to the small ...
... great food thanks to Gill who had subsidised our celebratory meal.
Amy and Claire left on the Monday, leaving the four of us one more day in Norfolk, so we visited and took a tour of St George's Distillery at nearby Roudham, England's first commercial whisky distillery in over 100 years. Very reasonable single malt produced from locally sourced artesian water and malted barley. Then, on the morning that we ...