Wayford Bridge Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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And so as inspired by a friend from Norwich I figured I'd publish a blog about my home village Old Buckenham and really sell it to the tourists. It is easy to get taken in by the village green and the beautiful village walks that follow it. You'll have spent a full day in this village before you know it! It is hoped that this tourism journal will truly put this Norfolk village on the map...
Let's start at The Gamekeeper pub ...
Our day on the Norfolk Broads began at Hickling and a coffee in the Pleasant Inn. We travelled on to How Hill where we spent a lovely time looking at the Eelman's Cottage and walking along the River Ant to view 2 old wind pumps used to drain the broads. Onto Horning broad for lunch at the ...
Spent the morning in Norwich, Adrian took K&G for a tour while I visited the Apple store with Lorna & Judith. We all met at the forum to see the Gogo dragons. About 86 dragons had been painted and displayed around the city but this was the day before they were to be auctioned for charity so they were all gathered together at the forum. We found out ...
... the boat he used and learnt that the stern and bow timbers were made of oak that was specially grown in the shape of the boat, rather than curved with steam and heat. The timbers of the boat rang diagonally which was odd until we learnt there were 2 layers of timber on cross diagonal with a layer of canvas and lead between them. When the flare went up to signal the lifeboat men to man the boats they would all run for the pier and grab a life jacket, no ...
Lovely day again, this time a look around North Norfolk coast starting with a coffee in Holt, one of our favourite villages. (Actually Adrian and I indulged in hot chocolate with cream and marshmallows). A mix of flint and brickwork is used in North Norfolk buildings. The flint can be left whole and round and broken in half and the smoother side faces out. It's quite pretty when well done and you can see from the state ...