Quality Hotel King'S Lynn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Drove up to Norwich first thing this morning to meet up up with my cousin Ian and his family and his Mum Aunt Joan. We went into Norwich city first and had a look around and stopped in a nice Cafe for breakfast and a coffee. After breakfast we just happened to look in a Jewellery store window and fifteen minutes later had replaced the wedding ring I lost in Italy.
Drove out to Ian's house just out of the city and ...
Went for a walk down memory lane again this morning to get photos of the area where I was born and my grand parents lived. I forgot to put the memory card back in the camera yesterday so all the shots I took were non-existent.
I met Cheryl in town and had coffee and breakfast before heading off to Sainsburys in search of a cabin bag to fit in some of our (Cheryl's) shopping. Small case purchased we drove off to Bury St Edmunds for a look around there, unfortunately ...
... of pictures taken for later reference. All is as I remember it except it is much smaller.
From Staniforth Rd we walk back into town along Nun's Bridges Rd and locate a popular Fish and Chip shop. A serve of Cod, battered sausage and chips later, we stroll home for an early night after the previous two late nights.
... trail as we were feeling a bit ancient by then. Back at the visitor centre we thought we would treat ourselves to an ice cream, but they did not have any, so it had to be coffee and cake.
Before we left the site we were able to pick some pears from the many trees around to take with us.
This site could go down as a maybe, but would be better suited to caravanners with a car to ...
... by the family. The two main bedrooms had ensuites, two guest bedrooms had a shared bathroom, this was amazing for the period. The lady was telling me it was because he was used to having bathrooms in their homes from his childhood days in America and it was very unusual at that time in England. The Queen Mother had slept in one of the guest rooms on a few occasions. Lord ...