Premier Inn Norwich Airport
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It was over 20 years since Melanie had seen our UK family and about 6 since Coraleen had visited so we wanted to make the most of our short time there. Norfolk Lavender is famous and as we saw the sign in Kings Lynn on our drive in (an eventful drive too I must add) we decided to visit then rather than drive the hour back to them in the morning. …
... narrow lanes. We tried to find a park again and ended up at the back of a supermarket carpark where we sat and made our crab salad lunch. Mandy and Charlie did some research at the local information centre and came back with a suggestion to drive along some tiny roads to several of the Broads which would give us a greater appreciation of the area. This seemed a great option and so off we set. The first area ...
Finally two weeks after our adventure began the Fabulous
Four and the Terrific Two became the Sensational Six! After leaving Baildon Moor we headed for the
Sheffield branch of Marquis for some more minor attention to the motorhome and
were greeted by the heaviest rain we had seen in many a year. It was so heavy that the guttering couldn’t
cope and it just poured down the windows.
Ryan met ...
... made the spire their nesting place, with the aid of the parish - a special platform was added for them in 2010 when they seemed to be looking for somewhere to nest; they have returned each year since. We visited the Colman's Mustard shop and museum, Norwich being the home of Colman's. There is a permanent market in the centre of the town with colourful striped roofs and we lunched in the old Guild Hall which has been converted into a cafe by ...
... incredible theatrical performance that was - the most impressive element of it being the horses. They were in effect giant metal framed puppets, each controlled by three men - one being inside controlling the hind legs, one the front legs and the third controlled the head. Their movements were so lifelike that you forgot they were being controlled by men, they just seemed like real horses with real feelings. Absolutely incredible! The drama teacher at school had recommended this as being ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPremier Inn Norwich Airport
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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