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... a charming town with everything you need to live there or vacation there. I'm really quite taken with it. I set up a hair appointment for the next day and we head to a recommended pub for lunch. I have a crayfish tail sandwich. Mmm, its delicious. The drive to Snettisham Beach is nearly an hour but its pretty and we aren't in a hurry. We arrive several hours before high tide. There is a RSPB site on the ...
... made by Edward was able to go on the Grand Tour and buy tons of statues, paintings and books. When he got home, he built Holkham Hall to house his treasures. Palladian in style it has lots of marble, very high ornate ceilings and gold leaf everywhere. It was built to impress and it does. Everything is maintained to the highest standards and the family works to be a part of the community. Thomas W Coke was an agriculturist in the late ...
... tower which is very very and I mean very old, it is a thousand years old. For me that was the highlight of the day when we went right to the top of it you could see all of Oxford even green grass paddocks in the country side. But as we were going down to the bottom the bell rang and it was pretty loud, I just jumped with shock when it happend but that was that thanks again see ya ...
... glasses of good NZ Sav to remind us of home
I forgot to say we started the day with slices of Puff Ball fried in butter, tasted just like mushrooms.
We are packed and in about 20mins or so we will be taken to Thetford to catch the bus to Heathrow. The trip will be about 4 hours, plenty of time to check in for Dubai.
Next post will be from Dubai , ready for the last leg ...
... structure is breathtaking - I don't feel so cheated as the visit to Westminster was anything but meaningful, 1000's tourist, today was sheer bliss.
Across the Green was where Oliver Cromwell had his house .
Within the Cathedral there was a museum of Stained Glass, much has come from disused Churches, Abby's etc and is the only Museum of it's kind in the UK.