The Angel Hotel
Travel Blogs from Halesworth
... dressed crabs to have for lunch as apparently that is one of the things Cromer is famous for. Pleased we tried it but not a real fan. We were in a bit of a hurry back to the van incase the little man in the brown trousers had organized for someone to give us a ticket for overstaying our welcome. He had not and so we moved on to see the Norfolk Broads.
We moved on up to Wroxham which is a very pretty town with ...
... and got a chuckle when we learned their names – Kirb (short for Kirby) and Terry, which rhymes with Herb and Sherry!
After exploring the ship a bit, we decided to try one of the specialty restaurants for dinner. After a week of mostly fish and seafood in Iceland, we were missing our red meat! We enjoyed an excellent multi-course filet mignon steak dinner with great service in the Chops ...
We have had a more relaxing day today, touring the Norfolk and Suffolk countryside. Norwich is a relatively affluent looking town, going by the shops in the well preserved streets with their somewhat crooked half-timbered buildings, medieval churches and a very impressive cathedral, it's spire being second only in height to the Salisbury cathedral. It's vaulted roof is incredibly high and the stained glass windows are beautiful. A pair of endangered ...
... they open their presents and the ballroom - no longer used as a ballroom but the room used to watch movies and where the boys have been known to throw the odd disco. We were told, when they are here, they are not the Queen and Prince Phillip, but just The Lord and Lady of the estate - much more "normal" people trying to do normal things. From Sandringham we headed southeast to Fritton, a wee village slightly south of Great Yarmouth. Enjoyed some good English fair at the Priory Farm ...
... everyone off the ship in Harwich so they could do a major sanitization. (Purell was our friend for nearly the entire cruise. The first few days we could serve ourselves at the buffet, but then the crew was working overtime serving. We were not even allowed to pick up a glass of water from a tray.)
The tour we would like to have taken was full so they sent the rest of us to Colchester - England oldest town.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking