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Sea shore & eating

Calgary, Canada
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Sea shore & eating

We'll be staying in Mundesley for a couple nights this summer. Just wondering if anyone has any suggestions for good restaurants that would serve up good fish. We plan to go to areas called Corpusty, Oulton and around, does anyone know of any other lovely villages that we could tour in the area. We're especially interested in the sea shore.

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11. Re: Sea shore & eating

Onward, Norfolk and Suffolk are great. We especially enjoyed finding the town signs. Are you aware of the town signs in East Anglia? They are so neat! The tiniest villages have wonderful, artistic town signs. This link has pictures of dozens of them, many that we saw are not even on this list.


If "sign spotting" isn't your kids' idea of a good time, I'll bet they'd love Great Yarmouth. The whole carnival deal, plus carriage rides, a beach with colorful huts, etc. It's a family destination.

Someone mentioned Blickling Hall: the huge yew hedge is shaped all wavy-like. It is so big that you (literally you, a man) can stand inside it and look small in comparison.

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12. Re: Sea shore & eating

Hi onward

I would tell anyone to make sure and spend a few days in North Norfolk with its lovely coastal towns and villages like Wells, Sheringham, Cley, Cromer and a day at Blackeney Point where you can go out in a boat and see the seals. Also go to Wroxham and hire a boat for the day and travel round The Norfolk Broads its a great day out. You could also visit Royal Sandringham. You never know the Queen could be there. For a good day shopping go to Norwich and if you have time visit the castle while you are there. Tel

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