Tuesday, September 7, 2010


We had such a fun day in Sheringham. It was really good to get out and see some of God's wonderful creation in such a beautiful country. It was a little chilly but it was beautiful nonetheless. First of all, the ride there was so pretty. We saw a few castles that were still standing and we saw castle ruins as well. We also found a cute bed and breakfast at the crossroads where you choose whether you want to go to Sheringham or Cromer. We thought we could go and stay sometime and spend a day at each of those places. After we got there, we were starving! We needed something to eat like fast...American style. Well....that isn't how things work in England. You sit down and you wait...and you wait some more and just when you feel as if you might eat your own hand, they bring your food. We ate at this tea house.

I got a sandwich and crisps (chips) and Gregg got soup. We had someone take our picture.

We were luckily all looking in the general direction at the same time...kinda. When you ask someone to take your picture, you take what you get! After we ate, we went and took some pictures of the beautiful view that the restaurant overlooked.

I am glad that we got the picture of us at the restaurant because the camera ended up dying pretty early on and so we couldn't take any more pictures. We spent the afternoon walking through the shops in the town center. I got a really cute tea cup with a crown on it.

Very cute and unique. I also got Ava a couple ocean themed books.

I thought it would be appropriate. Gregg tried to look for a souvenir but the only thing he could find that he wanted was a bike. Yeah. Guys are expensive. I don't care what they say. Anyways, we ended up getting him some truffles from a chocolate shop.

Also, on the way home we stopped at a farm shop and got some really good all natural fruit drinks and some Raspberry Jam. We wanted to get some local honey but we ended up settling on Jam instead. We plan on going exploring again soon because there were some cute villages we passed on the way to Sheringham. I was almost crawling out the window as we were passing cute shops along the way. I hope you enjoyed Gregg, Ava and My little adventure! There will be more soon. I promise.


  1. I'm glad to hear you had a good time, I just wish I would have remembered to tell you about this amazing ice cream shop, maybe next time you go.

  2. OOHHH darn!!! Was it called like Blue Ice or something like that?