The Thomas Paine Hotel
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After breakfast we bid John and Sandra farewell and drive up to the M25 ring road and head around London towards the M 11. We stopped at the Welcome Break Services on the M11 for coffee and a pee break.
Arrived in Thetford at about 2.00pm and booked into our accommodation. After getting settled we walked into town and stroll around King …
... Mind you, it is very tempting as the shops are full of beautiful clothes. We also had lunch at another beautiful Pub called The Georgian. This morning was so mild we went or a long walk with Bindi. Simone took me on a path she had never been on before, so it was a real adventure not knowing where we were going. Along the muddy paths and across the ploughed up fields was certainly hard going, but made worthwhile finding blackberry bushes and stopping to indulge ...
... lovely family, then Ian and I drove over and picked up Aunt Joan from her place. We all went to Dinner at Park Farm Restaurant and had a great day out.
We dropped back at Ian's after the restaurant and chatted for a while and before we knew it, it was 6.00pm. We said our farewells and drove back to Thetford for a quiet evening at the hotel.
It was great catching up with everyone, we had a really good day.
... not able to learn much more there. The car park seemed pretty run down, but it looked as though the centre may be open for educational trips at times. In the ad we saw, it said that if you arrive in your electric car you are able to charge it up in their car park.
As we bombed out on that, we headed for the coast at Hunstanton. I hadn't realised that it would take us as long as it did. When we got there there were cars parked everywhere, a la English holiday town, and ...
... Myrtle, told us a story.
Myrtle is an English lady in her 70s who emigrated to the US after the war. She married an American who became a successful screenwriter for television in Los Angeles in the 60s.
Myrtle said she wanted to use her time off on Tuesday afternoon to visit a certain small English village not far from Cambridge. She said that that was where she spent much of the time the ...