Villages & Resorts in Norfolk (England) Reviews
Newest Review: ... ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If you want this, then again, Gt Yarmouth has this, along with other places along the coast like Lowestoft, Cromer, Hunstanton, and in Norwich there are plenty of pubs and nightclubs to visit. Whether you want to be by the coast, or in the town, there is always somewhere to have fun! RELAXATION ~~~~~~~~~~ Driving through the scenic countryside of Norfolk is peaceful, quiet and relaxing. Thetford Forest is the perfect place for this, with the wildlife and picnics, you could easily loose track of time. There are plenty of little villages to visit. Hingham, about 20 miles from Norwich, is where Abraham Lincoln once visited.... more
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by - written on 30/05/01, updated on 30/05/01 (Very useful, 98 readings)
Norfolk is becoming more and more popular with tourists from all over the Country. Why is this? Well, there are a number of reasons for this. HISTORY ~~~~~~~ If its history you want, then you can find it here. In Norwich there is plenty of this to be found. There is the castle, and goodness knows how many churches to visit. Great Yarmouth itself is historic with parts of the old town wall still standing. Grimes Graves is situated not far from Thetford. This is one of the world's oldest mining areas. The flint mines began 2000 BC, and was rediscovered in 1870, covering 34 acres of land! FUN AND NOISE ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/01, updated on 19/05/01 (Useful, 51 readings)
Norfolk villages? There are over 700 of them! And the coastal resorts of Yarmouth, Cromer, Sheringham, Cley, Blakeney, the Burnhams &c vary so much from each other they might almost be in different countries. It's Yarmouth if you want amusement arcades, candy floss and plenty of nighttime entertainment; it's Cromer or Sheringham if you want a traditional English seaside resort with undulating hills just behind; it's Cley or Salthouse if you're a birder; it's Blakeney or the Burnhams (or the Broads)if you're a sailor. And I understand the golfing's pretty good, too. The trouble is, some people don't do their homework. I ... Read the complete review
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decent variety of shops, lots to do.
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