The Blakeney Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
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... we went to our hotel we drove down the Norfolk coast and tried to see the Queens house at Sandringham. Then we drove to Wells-next-the-sea to have a walk then we drove back to King's Lynn to our hotel.
Then we had dinner at a pub. Then we drove back to our hotel and went to ...
... upgrade to a BMW X3 with onboard sat nav.
Set course for Tracy but now it was rush hour leaving SF, so a 65 mile journey took 2.5 hrs. Worse was to come as we couldn't find the hotel in Tracy, eventually we arrived after at least an hour of searching, it was on a mall behind other shops, Bev was not impressed, but with a nice room and a good nights sleep, we should be set up for the drive to Yosemite ...
Our day on the Norfolk Broads began at Hickling and a coffee in the Pleasant Inn. We travelled on to How Hill where we spent a lovely time looking at the Eelman's Cottage and walking along the River Ant to view 2 old wind pumps used to drain the broads. Onto Horning broad for lunch at the ...
Spent the morning in Norwich, Adrian took K&G for a tour while I visited the Apple store with Lorna & Judith. We all met at the forum to see the Gogo dragons. About 86 dragons had been painted and displayed around the city but this was the day before they were to be auctioned for charity so they were all gathered together at the forum. We found out ...
We saw a different part of Cromer today. Started at the Rocket Cafe for coffee and then the Henry Blogg's RNLI museum (lifeboats). Of course with Cromer a fishing village you would expect lifeboats but many of the rescues are merchant vessels or were made during the wars. Henry Bloggs was a famous coxswain in the RNLI involved in rescue of over 800 people. In the photo of the men he is the one in the middle without a lifejacket, even though he couldn't swim. ...