Wensum Lodge Hotel
Travel Blogs from Fakenham
We met at King's Cross station to catch the 9.40 train to King's Lynn. All aboard for the short journey of just over 1.30 hours through Cambridge and on to King' Lynn. Quite a cold day with light rain every so often. From the station we walked through the most amazing park to our B&B called The Beeches. It is a lovely old house and we have 3 rooms all off the same landing, but all the rooms are quite different. Landlady is lovely and very welcoming - even ...
... we got caught up in heavy traffic near roadworks that took ages to get around. By then we were geting too late to have a look around Cambridge, so we headed directly for Bressinghan, arriving around 5pm.
Today we headed for the Norfolk broads, a lowland National Park near the east coast. We stopped in the village of Beccles and had a look around, then after lunch we headed out on a walk over the southern broads. We found a place where there had been a ...
... NORWICH CASTLE AND did the complete tour. this is one of the best example of an intact medieval castle.
We walked around the Cathedral but we were to late....closed
So it was to find the oldest pub for dinner .."the Adam and Eve"....we past the Wig and Pen.....nearly as old.
GOOD meal, and a slow walk back to the hotel.
Great breakfast with Robert and Jess, thank you.
Set off with high hopes but 2 yards from their house Steve fell off fully cleated....no worries, nothing was hurt but his pride.
Another great send off at the station from Debbie and Paul, armed with jelly babies.
The journey was seamless apart from a little hiccough in a ...
... to Bar sur Seine
Day 9 26th. Bar sur Seine to St Seine l Abbaye 60 miles
Could be toughest day, uphill all the way with a couple of killers at the end and the prevailing wind against. Pass the source of the Seine.
Day 10. 27th. St Seine l'Abbaye to Beaune 43 miles