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Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

Review of Bury St Edmunds by Yvonne Reeves on August 5th, 2009
I went to Bury St Edmunds by Belles Coaches for the first time in 2000 and go back nearly every Month because it is such a Beautiful Place to Visit. I have been going now for 9 Years. Abbey gardens and the Cathedral are my first places I visit and make my way to the Tea Rooms for a Coffee and one of thier delicous Scones. I then make my way up to the Market area go into most of the Shops and walk around the Market Stalls until it is time to get a Spot of Lunch in one of the Caf'es,there are plenty to choose from in Bury and are all very reasonably Priced. I then make my way back to Abbey Gardens,walk around the Beautiful gardens that are looked after very well,it's nice to see the different Flower Beds in the different Seasons. There is a lovely Herb garden not far from the Tea Rooms. I then usually go and have a cup of Tea and then go and Sit in the Cathedral for half an Hour,it is so Peaceful and has a lovely feel in there,they have done a Wonderful Job with the Tower. Then I go and sit on one of the Benches in the Abbey Gardens watching People come and go until it is time to go and catch my Coach back to Lowestoft,Suffolk. Christmas is a really good time to Visit too when they have the Christmas Market on the Area near to the Cathedral,if you haven't been to Bury St Edmunds,can I suggest to make time to go and see what a Lovely Place it is,I just wish I could Move there,Perhaps one Day I May get my Wish.

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