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Dec 3, 2014 - Ickworth

Today we visited another National Trust property Ickworth near Bury St Edmonds. The weather was not very good, typical English winter weather!.The beauty of visiting one of the National Trust properties there is that there are usually good reasonably well maintained walking trails which at this time of year can be important. We all enjoyed our walk around the estate- a little muddy at times

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Sep 19, 2011 - Tony in Great Hockham

While Cynthea is in the Cotswolds, Tony is East Anglia, a wee village called Great Hockham. Facebook album - if you are not a Facebook user you can still view the album of photos by clicking/copy pasting on this link: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150958126535707.759658.746395706&type=1&l=3c90596e51 Thursday 1st September Happy Birthday Margaret. It is going to be fun (not) getting to the coach station today, with luck leaving around 9.30 will mean the tube is not packed, but there is no joy there. The tube at Russell Sq was...

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May 29, 2010 - Swanning on to Ely

Saturday 29th May, and time to leave London for Norwich. I planned to stop off at Ely to see the cathedral. Clearly some British train drivers were comedians in a former life. Between Cambridge and Ely the train stopped in the middle of nowhere. "Ladies and gentlemen, please accept my apologies for the delay. We have some employees working on the line ahead of us, trying to clear some swans which have apparently taken up residence on the track ...". General smirks are exchanged between passengers. A few minutes pass. "Once again ladies and...

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