The Old Rectory
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... County Hall in London for £738. We cancelled this booking for another Travelodge, London Central Kings Cross Royal Scot Travelodge for £555. No only is this motel £183 cheaper, but it is close to the underground, and very close to where we drop off our car. Quite a bit of upside and little downside. The downside being that the Premier Inn was just across The Thames from Westminster. Tomorrow it's ...
... 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 ...
... another cross stitch, with a Norfolk theme, and here we were successful. After that we drove along the coast road, through Cromer to Horsey Wind Pump. This is a very pretty place. Boats moor along this channel which leads to the Norfolk Broads. We sat and had a cup of tea, taking in the scene, then enjoyed an ice cream whilst strolling along the channel. An ideal way to pass an hour or two. We decided that we would look ...
After breakfast we drove to Wroxham where we booked our trip on the Norfolk Broads. We booked tickets for the 11.30am trip on the boat Cordon Rouge (£8 each). We were a bit early so we drove to Wroxham Barn. Annie was looking for cross stitches with scenes of Norfolk but they were proving difficult to find. Again we had no luck. We drove back to Wroxham and walked around the village. We then boarded our boat and went on a most enjoyable 90 minute cruise. It rained ...