The Star Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and let out its plaintiff cry. And I was struck by just how much I need this. The sea and the coast are my place. They call to me like this seagull and I know however much I may like trees and the countryside, I need to be near the sea to feel really at peace. That was my early morning revelation.
I also well understand that I am no longer really interested in tourism and all that implies. I am so fortunate to have travelled quite extensively around our ...
... the symbol of the power of evil."
We press on along Snakes Lane Track across several fields before arriving at Lound, the last little village before the coast. Here, David is waiting for us, ready to introduce us to Adrian who is going to walk us through to Hopton on Sea. It is always good to meet new people and Adrian is well versed in these footpaths having often walked them with David. The time is now running quickly like a handful of grains ...
It's 6am and pulling back the curtains I know I’ve been given a special treat. The blackness has a different altogether denser consistency which sucks me into it. Last night, walking home from dinner, a gauzy curtain of mist had descended reminding me autumn is steadily consuming what’s left of the year. I can’t describe the effect on my soul of walking through the misty blackness with lights twinkling into oblivion as I pass. After blogging last night I ...
Beccles is so close to the coast that even if we can't see it we can smell the sea. Yes, it's really looking like we will make the end.
We briefly luxuriate in the comfort of our splendid penthouse room. However, with a few days of blogging to catch up on we don't have the luxury of simply idling the day away or even sight seeing.................
No, we spend the day alternating between blogging in the inspirational setting of this terrific ...
... crossed onto Shipmeadow Common and along a small lane and footpath into this final church.
It is remarkable how, when you have given up any hope of finding something of interest in a long wearing day, that the unexpected crops up. The Church of the Most Holy Trinity at Barsham is a real beauty. It clearly benefits still from the strong historical patronage it has enjoyed over the centuries. Over the last decade it has been ungraded at a cost of over 250,000 pounds ...