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johnboy59
Aug-09-2010 @ 12:05 PM                           Permalink
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Ok a very leading question... Which is nicer and why?

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I personaly prefer the north as i think its more scenic but some will agree and some wont. In general i love the whole place.

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Bit like saying "chalk or cheese"

Both have their own beauty and dislikes.
To narrow it even further - which is best nth of Ludham Bridge or Sth of Ludham bridge.?

Both are totally differant and each has it's own charm.

That is the wonderfull thing of the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads.  

Why spoil it by making it a National Park?  It aint broken, so no need to ment it !


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We are picking our boat up from Wroxham for a week and wonder if its best to fully explore the Northern Broads or cross the water and go South...



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The south is very nice but with only 1 week take it easy and stay north, the south will still be waitingfor next time.

martin

how can such a sleepy paradise create such passion.

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My choice would be north of Ludham bridge.

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