Friday, 30 October 2015

Sunday Afternoon in Holt, Norfolk

It is Sunday afternoon and we have had lunch and are walking around the town of Holt.
Always have a chill out day when on holiday before fitting in as much as we can during the following week.
Again, like this morning in Aylsham, almost everywhere, is closed so just right for a stroll.
























Tomorrow we will be visiting Blickling Estate which is less than three miles from our cottage


10 comments:

ellen b said...

It looks like the town is abandoned. You were able to get all your photos without any people wandering about. Looks like a peaceful place.

Linda P said...

Norfolk looks like a peaceful place to have a holiday break. I'm sure it did you good. Wishing you a quiet weekend.

Rasma Raisters said...

Looks like a lovely and peaceful place. Thank you for the tour.

Susan Sevig said...

What a lovely village. We are making our first trip to London the end of April for 3-4 days on our way to Nice, France. I am very anxious to see everything I can in that short period of time. I want to absorb it all.

Betty said...

Beautiful. We have a community near us named Holt....

Come Away With Me said...

Someone has a sense of humor with "Nelson's Eye Patch." So many interesting buildings; I am glad you went for a photo walk!

Vee said...

Watch out for your toes, Barbara! Is this town mostly for pedestrians? I hope so! This quaint community is like some of ours...not laid out in any particular logical manner and with hardly any room for traffic.

Anonymous said...

How beautiful! I have wandered around town through your pictures enjoying all of the sights. Lots of little benches to sit on and just relax.
May I join you for tea at Horatios? I see an extra chair there beside you, but I think it's Alan's spot to sit.
By the way, you look lovely sitting there.
Audrey.

La Petite Gallery said...

Love the photo of you. Bet you were tired.
All that walking keeps you in great shape.
You both are such a cute couple. God Bless.
Well, Thanksgiving is almost here, then Winter, BURRRRH!!
yvonne

Shammickite said...

Looks like you had a lovely day for your stroll around the town.