Wensum Valley Hotel Golf and Country Club
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... which wouldn't be called a hill in many places other than Norfolk). We'd dropped Ian's car off at the B&B and had warmed up somewhat from the short drive but the wind seemed less merciful here with even less shelter. It was calm in the lee of the 'hill' and we though that it might be a good place to find small birds as there are a few small bushes and bramble patches to provide cover and food but apart from a couple of Goldfinches there was nothing much.
Applewood Camping and Caravan Park is a family vw campervan hire site situated on the grounds of the famous Banham Zoo. Located in Norwich, Norfolk, this campervan hire site is ideal for exploring both the Norfolk and Suffolk countryside. Set on spectacular parkland this site has 10 hardstanding pitches, 190 on level grass and ...
... But no what i actually done was eat loads of junk food catch up with friends and go shopping. Shopping was very successful I bought a winter coat Sir David Attenborough himself would endorse for nordic conditions. A knitted jumper your nan would be proud of and running trainers the Bolt would wear. All these items are not what you should or would buy if you are planning to go Australia in 3days time. at the start ...
... for a week or so without anybody getting enough of a view to secure an identification. It had been spending a lot of time in trees rather than in the reeds, which is typical of Blyth's Reed Warbler, a rare vagrant from the Indian sub-continent. We had a look but there was very little bird activity around the willows in which it had been seen.
Along the trail we found two tiny Common Toads (toadlets? toadlings?) and the warmth of the sun which was making ...
... it whilst the tawdry, tacky and noisy that made up the rest of the town's Saturday night entertainment raned between busy and packed. We were both sort of glad that we weren't on the pull. The one redeeming feature was a genuinely good Indian restaurant called the Bombay Brasserie (I know) on Railway Street (or Road, perhaps) where we had a dish called Chicken Zalwalla that was delicious and highly spiced, coupled with a top quality naan bread. So one thing worth going back for, maybe.
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility