The Royal Norfolk Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... England. We also went to one of Anne of Cleves' houses, who was one of Henry the VIII's wives.
Wednesday: We went for two walks on the South Downs.
Thursday: We went to Butser Ancient Farm, a farm where they do everything like Stone/Iron/Roman age people would. The we went to an outside house museum, where they were showcasing houses from the 15-1800s.
... was a cordless screwdriver to drive them in! We have had time to think about how to make life easier - a drip strip is waiting to warm weather to put above the door and lockers to keep water from dripping in when they are opened. And we have got some eyelets for the groundsheet - we found that it didn't like to lay flat in anything other than perfect calm. We have invested in some spare parts like a water pump to take with us. 5th Feb I had ...
... us breakfast Giles called, so I had a good chat to him. Then we sat down to a yummy breakfast of bacon, eggs, baked beans and toast. After breakfast we went down to the beach and to a cafe called the Lobster Pot where we had a coffee. Val then dropped us off at the train station and we caught the midday train back to London Victoria. It was lovely to spend some time with Val, even if it was short, and for her and Jodi ...
... t been inside it and another traveller told me that you could go up one of the towers in it. Sounded cool and it was cheap so why not. Out we stepped into a very urine smelling Delhi. And began the rickshaw haggling saga. Flag down one rickshaw - how much to this place? (whilst prodding the map). 200 rupees came the answer. Not a bad price actually but still room to haggle. "150?" I responded. "No way, its very far and I have to go through old Delhi" came the reply. "Ok, I will ...
... Cresent. We didn't go and see the baths properly as it was actually quite expensive, but the Royal Cresent is nice to see. From there we visited Victoria Park and sat to absorb the warm sun and have some lunch. We had kind of seen most of Bath by 3 so we decided to see the King's Speech at the "Little Theatre", a quaint little cinema with two rooms. I liked it though.
The second event a few days later was Anna's birthday, and I had gotten her tickets to the ...