38 St Giles
Travel Blogs from Norwich
... give you a great overview of the city you're in. Norwich is another walled city, with a large castle, a huge cathedral, and lots of parish churches.
Norfolk is famous for having the greatest concentration of Mediaeval parish churches anywhere in the world, and for many years people thought they were sinking into the ground. What they've found though is that rather than the churches sinking, the burial grounds around the churches are rising with all ...
... 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 ...
... 2 19th Calais to Auchy au Bois 48 miles.
It ll be good to get going after the months of preparation
Day 3 20th Auchy au Bois to Rancourt 58 miles.
Pass a lot of WW1 battlefields and cemeteries.
Day 4 21st Rancourt to Mons en Laonnois 56 miles
Cross the Somme river
... much, so we made tea, and when it stops raining we set off to the beach to watch our first sunset this holiday.
Definitely the best part of the day was hot chocolate with mini marshmallow, everyone enjoyed it before we went to bed :-)
Ovestrand, where we stayed, it's a small coastal village near Cromer, situated on ...