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Doing the best things in Norfolk: sandy beaches, magical treehouses and exciting Tyrolean

I grabbed my binoculars and shoved the waves, take a look at the cute and adorable creature to catch hope that somewhere seemed miles to the sea.

Then took my three year old son to my elbow. Mommy's here! She said, pointing to the bright Sammy, only five feet away.

The excited squeal broke and while we and crazy vacation buddy started taking his photo and keeping the beach with his step down, the locals just taking walks their night.

Stamps are a regular sight at the beach of Haven Holiday Park Caisteron-Sea Resort in Norfolk, it is only tourists who pay attention to it.

The park is situated on the golden yellow sand beach of the support and we travel every day to seal the head out of the shallow fence.

Another reason Haven Caister Resort for our vacation was to choose your deckhouse accommodation.

Solid interior boasted our apartment-style residence is a kitchen, dining room and open living room in bright orange decorated, lime green and blue sea.

All rooms have a private bathroom with shower or bath, their own flat screen TV and trendy retro popsicles graphics and sun loungers. The floor-to-ceiling windows of our fun and funky light house is airy, as well as a map of East Anglia, a panel of pretty much all of the wall-mounted wine day trip covered.

Touches like games, bean bags for kids, a Bluetooth speakers in the living room and a large dishwasher gave the whole experience a VIP advantage and we're thrilled every time you put your feet in.

Just steps from the house deck was a new pirate themed recreation area of the ship, fully running with buckets and sandpits, and a large grass bench. Watch the children's steamed drinks in our outdoor patio relax present standing still.

It was most entertaining in the entertainment complex, the futuristic fun zone has a funworks recreation area, arts and crafts center and living room are at home.

One night, we saw acrobatic tricks in the Mar Cirque production. Another night we were entertained by a X-Factor style talent show with the tourists. And later we'll relax to the rhythm of a three piece reggae band.

Meanwhile, in the rest of the park, there are playgrounds, golf courses, baby car mini-carriages, rental bikes and karts, three "big", slides and a climbing and abseiling. There is also a full sports program that offers soccer, basketball, fencing and archery.

Also new to Rockz nature activities this year, including the production of construction and nest-box. The indoor pool, down the beach with its four uneven slides was great for the race tracks. In addition, there was the possibility of swimming to learn kayaking and aqua jets and turbo paddlers to drop boats.

There are many restaurants in the park with Mash and Barrel pub-restaurant, Papa Johns travel pizza and a fish and chip shop cooks.

One night we believe roast dinner, so we went to the Castor Castle, Norwich Road Caister. They offer good meat and cooked vegetables for only £ 7.99 per adult, plus there is a large multi-level playground for the kids.
Caister is in a great location for day trips to the Norfolk beaches. We spent a sunny afternoon in Winterton-on-Sea, on the coast. It is soft creamy sand and a beach cafe and you can add another top location to Robben.

Go for all the fun of the fair to Great Yarmouth another peach of a beach, two docks, a bump and a marine life center. Fun retro on the program and spent a few happy hours playing the Roll-a-Ball Camel Derby at Britannia Pier.

Let's continue this crack in the wacky worm in Joyland a classic ride that has existed since 1949, riding a donkey, and fried a packet of Great Yarmouth's famous French fries in beef tallow.

Just 20 minutes away in Hoveton, BeWILDerwood stunning brilliant

The stage of the tales by local author Tim Blofeld, gives children the possibility that Adventures of Swampy, a 2 meter swamp, Twiggles, spider spines and vegetarians to try crocklebogs.

Magical tree houses, unstable wire zip viaducts, mazes, giant adventure slides and a slow boat ride through an intricate interlocking free crankcase in a large queue-cooling technology and forests.

For a complete escape from the modern world of Minecraft, YouTube and Pokémon Go is a place where free kids in safety and health and entertainment can go enjoy Amazon style drinks.

Keeping up with this problem we got a happy hour at the pootling on the Norfolk Broads Autodrive on a boat.

Taking our Potter Heigham art, navigate your way between the little Ponte Vecchio, before one on the river run Thurne enjoy stress free.

Another symbol of East Anglia, of course, the windmill, and take a short trip to the famous Windypot horse to see horse in the village.

Over 100 years old, he survived floods, lightning, collapse, storms and hurricanes and is now restored to his former National Trust glory.

With its beautiful beaches, nautical heritage and great family attractions, there is nothing like Norfolk.


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