The Georgian Townhouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... streets. Off then to Holt where we were meeting Colleen and John for lunch at Byfords. Parking was a bit tricky at first but we finally both secured spots. Byfords is a nice little spot where we have been before. It is a deli come restaurant and its specialty is meals served on boards. Annie had her favourite seafood, I had mixed cheeses. Very nice. We then drove to John and Colleen's home, where even though we ...
... Ray and Joan are regulars. They have lived here for 41 years. Ray is nearly 90 and Joan 88. The staff were excellent and meals were tailored to our requirements. Forget the menu. The food and company were great and we had a lovely time catching up on old times. Joan is/was a talented sculpturess, and also wrote the books "Norwich at War" and "Norwich at Peace" ...
... I went back into Norwich with our camera, to take photos of many of our favourite spots, The Cathedral, Elm Hill (Annie's Father painted a picture of Elm Hill), the market, Jarrolds, and the Coleman's Mustard Shop (this mustard is made in Norfolk). We wandered around the streets of Norwich, then drove back to our motel. All the talk today was about the heat. It got up to over 30 today and tomorrow is tipped to be the hottest day on record, about 35. Another good ...
... we wanted to check it our for lunch on Thursday. It was still there and the menu looked as good as ever. We strolled around the village, checking out the shops. Off then to another NT property, Felbrigg Hall (£9.85 each for non members plus £2 parking). We visited this magnificent home, enjoyed the beautiful gardens, and lunched in the sunshine. Very nice. We then drove to Sheringham. Annie has been looking ...
... but we had coats and umbrellas, so we stayed up top. The bird life on The Broads is plentiful and the scenery, particularly the thatched cottages, very pretty. After our cruise we drove to Great Yarmouth. This is either a poor man's Las Vegas or the old style St.Kilda on steroids. It has numerous amusement arcades, tacky lights, fast food eateries, mini trains, horse drawn buggies, roller coaster rides, an amusement pier, etc. It was still raining so we merely ...