Here are some pictures from the train.
The night before we left, we had written down Google Maps directions to get from the train station to the agency. Of course, we got lost. Luckily, we've met some very friendly people who were helpful in giving directions. We finally made it to the agency and had a lovely chat with my consultant.
Afterwards, we took a stroll through the market place, which was on a pedestrianized road lined with shops.
My consultant had told us about Norwich Castle and how we should visit it if we had the time.
On our way up to the castle!
The castle has been turned into a museum, so, there is a 'castle' part of the museum as well as displays of art, animals, and history.
This is a very large tea pot.
Here are instructions on how to don a toga. They even had togas to practice with. Of course I had to try it out too! Unfortunately the togas were only made for small people, oh well.
Going into the castle!
This is the entrance to the stairwell (one of those narrow twisty ones)
Heading down the stairs (I started to feel claustrophobic half way down).
In the basement of the castle they showed different types of prison set-ups and torture devices.
Here are some pictures from the balcony of the keep.
Look at the brave knight!
Here is a shot from the top of the well that was in the castle.
Inside the castle they had a smaller diorama of what the castle would have looked like back when it was in use.
Here is one of the many arrow slits in the walls.
Beautiful stained glass windows.
I took this photo walking back to the train station as we crossed a bridge, what a view!
That's all for this weeks
I hope you enjoyed my pictures from Norwich! I look forward to reading about what you all have been up to. Please link up below, and have a great week (you're half-way there!).