The Great Danes Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... over two hours before setting foot out of our little suburban B&B to head into this metropolis called Eye.
To understand our reaction to this village one needs to have experienced the weeks of walking through villages too small to have a shop. A highlight for us is a village which has a shop and a pub. Here, this morning in the sunshine, there were more than a dozen shops, all tiny and independent except for one small Co-op food outlet. This was an amazing ...
... still got a week's walking ahead of us?! By the time we reach Little Green we have done battle. Great swathes of nettle strewn undergrowth have been waded through, a ditch and gully have been clambered through, shoes sinking into the mire, tree branches have had to give way under our urgent strivings to get out. When finally we reach the sunlight, Debby looks at me and questions why I am wearing her new rainproof trousers? As I explain in the panicked urgency facing ...
... as I struggle with going back, so Debby is enduring her own struggle. She’s frustrated with the ever changing weather. As its moods vary so she’s forever putting on or taking off pieces of clothing. When I offer her, Morag’s advice about letting go of our need to control, she responds bluntly ‘I don’t want to control I just want to get my gear right!’ So it is that we are reminded once again of the pre-eminence of Mother Nature. Today she ...
... over time silted up because they haven't been regularly dredged. Of the 63 broads, 14 are open for boats. Some broads are privately owned and some are part of an internationally renowned nature area. The Broads became a popular holiday destination in Victorian and Edwardian times. Sailing boats were used then. In the 1930s, wooden motor cruisers with converted petrol car engines to power them became popular. And of course, once motor cruisers ...
... wondered whether he would get on board but he did. With the obligatory dog in tow. There must have been at least 4 dogs on our cruise! 2 other boats like ours all set out from Wroxham to cruise the Broads for one and a half hours. Ian reckons there were about 100 on each boat. The other boats were filled by oldies from tour buses whereas ours was still full of oldies, apart from us(!!), but just oldies travelling ...