Ides of March

By webcoreadmin On March 14, 2013 · Add Comment · Ides of March

The 74th day in the Gregorian Calendar, a day which really didn’t signify anything, until invented as an ‘omen’ by a Shakespearean Soothsayer in Julius Caesar 1601.

The Ides are generally the 15th or 13th of each month and a markers as are the Kalends 1st day of each month and Nunes 7th or 5th day of each month in the Roman Calendar.

Don’t heed the soothsayer, Norfolk is safe to visit and a great place to weekend at this tme of the year.

You could enjoy; a fabulous meal at The Olive Tree in North walsham on Fridayevening.

 Take in the independant production of The Watery Journey of Nereus Pike at the Little Theatre Sheringham on Saturday 16th at 7.30 pm.

Barn & Beach North Norfolk Holidays
Barn & Beach North Norfolk Holidays

Finish your weekend with a walk around the historic village of Happisburgh on Sunday morning before a delightful carvery lunch at the Poachers Pocket on the seafront at Bacton perhaps a post prandial stroll up the beach to shed a few calories!

Sounds good does it not? Sorry where were we? The ides…. yes a delightful time to visit North Norfolk with Barn & Beach holiday cottages and B&B .

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