The Waverley Hotel

Address: 32 - 37 Princes Rd., Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, East Anglia, England, NR30 2DG, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 32 - 37 Princes Rd., Great Yarmouth, is near Hippodrome Circus.
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      Travel Blogs from Great Yarmouth

      Reflections on the search for a new story of life

      A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Nov 22, 2014

      10 comments, 27 photos

      ... of Michael with influences from the Lunar or Moon phases and the Christianised Pagan Goddess of the Earth........ They are yin and yang energies and act on each other accordingly, Mary is seen to favour the Lunar cycles and is influenced by the moon and sun. She is certainly influenced by the equinoxes and new moons. Where she grows wider at these times then shrinks back to the normal afterwards. Rituals throughout the ages for both of these are associated with Spring and ...

      Norwich

      A travel blog entry by nicoll on Nov 20, 2014

      4 photos

      After a Eurostar journey from Paris to London, a taxi ride across London, then another train from London to Norwich, we arrived at my friend Maureen's house in Mulbarton, a lovely little village near Norwich. Angie (Maureen's daughter) picked us up from the railway station so that Maureen could complete the feast she was preparing - Christmas dinner! And what a feast! Turkey with home made stuffing, ...

      Our pilgrimage end - England's most easterly point

      A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Oct 17, 2014

      5 comments, 18 photos

      ... of Lowestoft are breached and we descend down to walk the beach for the final kilometre. The experience is marred by the mangled concrete and ironwork of seawalls which had been mauled like Lego pieces by the intemperate destructive power of last year's storm.

      Then it was over............. We stood sheepishly on the floor insignia recognising the most easterly point as the obligatory photos were taken. We hugged and kissed and then simply walked away to re-join ...

      Concluding our Mary Michael Pilgrims Way

      A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Oct 16, 2014

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... he felt in first dowsing the currents flowing through here:

      “We were at the seaside village of Hopton on Sea. Just off the main road was the evocative ruin of an old church, clad in ivy and set amidst an oasis of greenery. The church had been destroyed in January, 1865, when a gale fanned an over-heated stove into a fierce fire..........

      In the roofless and ruined shell, elegant in its decay, was a large wooden cross ...

      A sense of sadness looms out of the mist

      A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Oct 15, 2014

      4 comments, 28 photos

      ... They seem to be portraying the fallibility of our human search for permanence in a world which we only inhabit skin deep. As I trudge through the dense greenery of this path I try to understand the spiders thinking. There’s a frailty of the webs which gives way readily to my forceful stride yet with it an ability to rebuild them quickly. The real strength of the spiders approach though is surely the gaps they build into their webs and its light flexibility that gives it ...