Camber Sands Holiday Park - Park Resorts
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... and strange singing - well, Spanish-type shouting-- emanated from one building. I think some kind of dance class with participants supplying their own musical accompaniment was happening.
It did sound like a HAPPENING - one of those 60s events but instead of being trendy and swinging was... well, think scruffy fag ends and loads of lard.
I know this all sounds very negative, and I'd hate for some poor native Folkstonian, doomed to live here through ...
We stayed at Hastings on top of a hill near 200 acres of national park. Now in theory this sounds good but when everything you want to see is at the bottom of the hill... Needless to say after the third time walking up the hill my legs were aching. Now you might think good we will get fit, no.. At the bottom of the hill was fish n chips, pie n mash and all sorts of good old fashioned fattening foods.
... fighting the Spanish in the Netherlands in 1586. Elizabeth had visited the place on a number of occasions. The first room we went into was the medieval hall built around 1350 and it had two long tables and some benches from that time. There was a minstrels’ gallery above the hall and we could see the pedestal where the owners and their important guests would have sat. Just next door and above the ...
... With its unique arrangement of domes around a central bastion the Equatorial Group was one of the most important government commissioned building projects of its period. The domes were clad in copper sheet and coated with a chemical that has helped them to weather to today's distinctive green - one of the features that was intended to make the buildings blend into the Sussex countryside. Modern observatories now have domes painted white or silver to ...
... We visited Knole a very large estate that has been in the Sackville family for 400 years. Lord Robert Sackville-West and his family still live in a wing of the house and have a walled private garden. The rest of the estate including a 1000 acre deer park belong to the National Trust. While very impressive, this is not one of my favorites. It's cold, dark and has been a museum forever. The walls are covered ...