Stuart House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... lovely family, then Ian and I drove over and picked up Aunt Joan from her place. We all went to Dinner at Park Farm Restaurant and had a great day out.
We dropped back at Ian's after the restaurant and chatted for a while and before we knew it, it was 6.00pm. We said our farewells and drove back to Thetford for a quiet evening at the hotel.
It was great catching up with everyone, we had a really good day.
... getting to the stage where one medieval town is just the same as all the others now.
We spent a couple of hours in Bury St Edmunds then drove back to Thetford where we walked around Castle Hill, which is an old fort site dating back to the 1100's. From there we moved on to Thetford Priory which dates back to Henry the VIII times.
Dropped Cheryl of for a pedicure while I went back to the room for a short rest. We dined at the Thomas Paine pub and a very nice ...
After breakfast we bid John and Sandra farewell and drive up to the M25 ring road and head around London towards the M 11. We stopped at the Welcome Break Services on the M11 for coffee and a pee break.
Arrived in Thetford at about 2.00pm and booked into our accommodation. After getting settled we walked into town ...
Safely back home after an almost uneventful journey (compared to the outbound journey anyway). Got to Cusco airport early to ensure a window seat to Lima. Was second to check in and, just as my case was about to be taken away, a man tapped me on the shoulder, flashed a badge at me and beckoned me to follow him. The check-in guy told me he was the Police and I had to follow him. He led me down a long corridor and into a small room where he told me to unlock ...
... entertaining. The furnishings in the rooms were over the top (for us colonials), lots of art, tapestries and fine antiques, not my cup of tea, give me charity shops any day. But even so it was amazing. An interesting thing was that some of the bedheads were recycled, they used to be other bits of furniture like mantle pieces. They have just opened the kitchens and servants ...