Wednesday, 11 September 2013

Norfolk Day One (Stuart's Birthday)

On Friday we travelled to North Norfolk as we were going caravanning with Stuart's
Mum and her partner. 
On Saturday (our first full day) it was Stuart's 28th Birthday.
In the morning we went to a lovely Estate called Felbrigg Hall. 

It was gorgeous and I took tons of photos however I am only showing you a
few. 
The house, its contents, and estate was left to the National Trust
 by Robert Wyndham Ketton-Cremer, 
the last Squire of Felbrigg Hall, who died in 1969.


Gorgeous Grand Piano

One of the many lovely bedrooms
 They happened to have some kind of event on that day so we had a look 
around at some of the stalls and brought some cakes to take home and
some beer for the guys. 

We then after lunch headed to Sheringham and had a look around the shops
and a look at the lovely beach. 


After that we headed to Wells Next To Sea  aren't the views just amazing?




That evening we headed out to The Queens Head for Stuart's Birthday meal . 
The food was lovely I had a lovely and very filling meal of crab cakes for starter
and Fish and Chips for the main. 
Once we were stuffed with headed back to the camp sight where we got to see
the milky way which was totally amazing! 

Then out came this lovely little cup cake for Stuart. 
Stuart shared half with me and I can vouch that it was
very tasty indeed. 


We then drank wine/beer, played a bit scrabble, watched an episode of Mrs Browns Boys
and then headed for bed around midnight.

4 comments:

  1. I love that bed and the view is gorgeous!

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  2. There are some really beautiful places in Norfolk, it looks like you had a lovely time and the birthday boy enjoyed himself :) @mandsmanc

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  3. I have always wanted to go to norfolk it looks amazing.souds like you had a fabulous time drinking eating and chilling.happy birthday to stuart

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