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This review is from: The Rough Guide to Norfolk & Suffolk (Paperback)
Overall a good survey of what to do in East Anglia for a week. Attractively and well laid out in sections and sensible geographical chunks of the Counties. There's a good selection of pubs and eating places, local history, and I was happy to see listings for accessible locations and activities as well as signposting for the LGBT scene. I was, however, slightly disappointed that the thriving vegetarian scene in Norfolk didn't get a mention.
The book captures well the charm and change along the North Norfolk coast, with the cheerful simple fun of Cromer contrasted to the more quaint Sheringham and Holt, and the long outstretched beaches around Holkham.
There were a few annoying obsolete details in the Norwich section. Cafe 103 closed some time back, as did the Spectrum Brewery. Similarly, I wasn't quite sure why the Mad Moose was included when other nearby venues like the Workshop weren't...