Laurence Mitchell, long-time resident of Norfolk, invites travellers to the region to take a leisurely sojourn around both the well known sights and off-the-beaten track secrets in a personal tour that takes in the coast and villages, remote marshes, beaches, shingle banks, towns and cities of Norfolk and Suffolk. Conservation projects, boat trips, cycle and walking tours, wildlife and bird watching and distinctive vernacular architecture are just some of the attractions which Laurence describes in his distinctive voice, as well as all the practical details you need for an easy relaxing break. What's more, the unique accommodation descriptions from Alastair Sawday mean that you can be sure of a truly 'slow' visit.As for present-day local artists, perhaps the recently deceased Mary Newcomb ( 1922a2008) is the most representative for her innocent, yet ... Louis a#39;Captain Corellia#39;s Mandolina#39;de BerniAures has settled near Bungay, and W G Sebald in The Rings of Saturn, his meandering ... I begin by looking at Diss, the urban centre for the west of the valley, which exemplifies this outlook perfectly. ... The main towns and villages are linked by the A143 that runs from Bury St Edmunds to Greatanbsp;...
|Title||:||Slow Norfolk and Suffolk|
|Publisher||:||Bradt Travel Guides - 2010|