Salthouse Harbour Hotel
Travel Blogs from Ipswich
... but were pretty quiet for most of the game, which we thought we were very lucky to win. Back to camp again, to pack up and hit the road for Bury St Edmunds.
The highlight of this medieval town is the atmospheric ruins of a Benedictine monastery, originally built by King Knut in the 11th century, and later chosen as the site of ...
As we waited outside the Sheraton for our ground transportation motor coach to pick us up, it was overcast, but noticeably warmer than in Iceland. The coach arrived just before 9:00 and we began our ride to Harwich. That's the port on the east coast of England from which our cruise departs, about 180 km from Heathrow airport. About half way through the journey we stopped at a rest centre where I was happy ...
... How good was that!
Dave decided to wash some of our stuff and hang it out in
the sun to dry. Good man.
We were booked for lunch at Dedham in Constable country.
We set out early and went first to Flatford Mill, on the
River Stour, painted by John Constable in 1817
Nice feeling to see the ...
... felt very special; you could tell it meant a lot to her that her Nanny had noticed and wanted to praise her. Afterwards, she noted to Kate that maybe giving her a coin wasn't the best idea, but it was the first thing that came to mind when she saw what had happened, and she didn't want to let the moment pass. So observant, so in-tune, and so thoughtful. I hope I remember that gesture for a long ...
This is just where the repositioning cruise ended. When we booked the crossing with our neighbors, this was the end of the trip, but..... Why should we be nearly on the other side of the world and not take advantage of the situation?
Jack and Merle decided they would take a Trafalgar tour of England. Bob and I didn't want to be packing and unpacking frequently, so I said, "Let's see where this ship is ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility