CAISTER BY THE SEA

Monday June 15

Awoke to bright sunshine which made a difference to yesterday where it was a constant drizzle. Took a wander around the park, which was enormous and then down to the beach. 

  

This is typical of much of Europe. Wind farms everywhere. Same with solar panels. There are actually solar farms with acres of panels. We could learn much re this.

  

Think this is called a lazy susan.😀

    The caravan/ motor home park goes on for miles. Most are transportable homes. All the entertainment is insure including cabarets every night, penny arcades, restaurants, take away, go-carts, mini golf, swimming pools. You name it they have it.

 

Left park and headed for Caister Castle and Motor Museum, stopping off at the 200AD Roman ruins, in a housing estate. 

          

The following three photos are of the hydra therm where fires are lit at openings and the hot air and steam circulate under the floor warming the room.

               

Off to the castle and museum. The museum and castle are privately owned by a Dr Hill. For those not into cars perhaps you might want to skip that section. 

                                              

This is what £3,500,000  looks like.😳😳😳

  

 

          

               

             

                                                                                                                                                                             

                                                                  

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  • We felt truely privileged to have been able to view such a magnificent collection.
  • Now for the castle.                                                    
  • What views , and the gardens and gates were fabulous. What a truely fabulous day.
  • All aboard Myrtle heading to Aylsham via Potter Heigham to catch the Bure Steam Railway to Wroxham for a boat ride on the Norfolk Broads. Due to lack of camping grounds we stopped in the station carpark.  We were sure not to miss the train tomorrow. Nobody told us the local lads turn it into a racetrack at 9.00pm!

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