On a recent Sunday afternoon, we took a walk through a small neighborhood here in Norwich. We understood that a tour was being planned but it was to be on a weekday, when work prevented us from attending.
The tour was of Huntington Place, a small street behind St. Patrick Cathedral.
We admit to being to being architecture geeks, especially examples of late 18th century homes. It always amazes us how the details in those houses were carved or cut by craftsmen who had no power tools and how they fit perfectly and have lasted 125 years or more.
Huntington Place in Norwich has some really beautiful houses and, to be honest, one or two that have been neglected. But that aside, most of the houses and their gardens are to us, at least, well worth the visit.
Yes, we're still boaters but sometimes, there's something ashore that can be just as intriguing.