The Crown Inn

Address: Bridge Road, Snape, Suffolk, East Anglia, England, IP17 1SL, United Kingdom | Inn
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This inn, located on Bridge Road, Snape, is near Long Shop Steam Museum and Leiston Abbey.
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    Travel Blogs from Snape

    Day 3 Schoohoven to Wageningen

    A travel blog entry by tandemtales on Jun 29, 2015

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... lot of people trying to talk German to us we must look very Germanic , we carried on getting a bit lost in Nieuwegin and missed seeing the worlds oldest canal lock (sorry dad/Jeremy!) And stopped for lunch in Wijk bij Duurstede next to the worlds only drive through windmill, it's getting very hot but nice and breezy while cycling. During the afternoon the route took us through some woods and a bit of off road action which was great fun although ...

    Day 2 Hook of Holland to Schoonhoven

    A travel blog entry by tandemtales on Jun 29, 2015

    ... wide enough to be a road for cars. Completely separate cycle lanes all through the city and even separate on the roundabouts so really easy to cycle though not quite like London! Cycling is for everyone the young kids, middle aged mums in their dresses, the over 60s going to the shops, we almost got mowed down by about 30/40 over 60s cycling the other way to us on ...

    Day 1 And we are off

    A travel blog entry by tandemtales on Jun 27, 2015

    ... pronounced ha-rich) who knew ? And after clambering the tandem up and down a flight of stairs the ferry was in site. Being in shorts and t shirt at 8am was a bit of a treat, although getting a telling off for jumping all the queues for the ferry wasn't! The crossing on the ferry has been sunny with blue skies the whole way with 8 hours to kill on the ferry. So far activities have included demolishing a ...

    Bonfire and gardening

    A travel blog entry by patelfamily on Jun 11, 2015

    ... so. Finally grandad was satisfied that the garden was clear of rubbish. I went inside to cook lunch for us. I prepared quiche and samosas. We then relaxed the afternoon away talking to grandad. We asked him about being in the airforce, so we went upstairs and grandad showed us all his airforce equipment. He gave me his wing commander badges. After unleashing all our questions on grandad, we flopped on the chairs and watched the women's World ...

    A short walk into history ............after coffee

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Oct 11, 2014

    3 comments, 34 photos

    ... man servant.) From here we plunge down into the spectacular Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul. It is through the churches, their size and opulence that one can understand much of where the power and money lay centuries ago. William the Conqueror had given the Lordship of Eye to William Malet who had established a market and built a Castle here. When he died in 1071 his son Robert founded a Priory which was attached to a Benedictine Abbey in France. The wet ...