Arundel Park Hotel
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... was erected. There was actually two walls, one a few metres inside the other with the strip of land between know as the ‘death or killing strip’. the wall was around 175k’s long , 3m to 4m high, encircling all of ‘western Berlin. Just one or two corridors, several hundred k’s long were open for transport from West Germany to enter the city with border controls at each end and a special permit had to be bought ...
... Thomas Howard married two other women, who also died. He then schemed to marry Mary Queen of Scots, which was seen as an attempt on Queen Elizabeth's throne, and was beheaded.
Warick the kingmakers sister, Joan Neville is buried in the chapel.
Queen Victoria stayed in the newer part of the castle.
After visiting Arundel, we returned to Baliffscourt and had time for a very refreshing swim in their beautiful ...
... My secretary will now try and post and add some photos to bring you up to date.Amongst those photos we shall include a couple of my very best fans, Reg and Loraine who even come to visit me at Burnett Heads.
I will ask L to upload some video of our turtle hatchlings that was taken this summer. the long wobbly one is what D took, think he lost the plot a few times, or just got bored. L can't find a way to edit out the boring bits.
Cheers for now ...
... d arrived and we’d feared that the house would be very crowded, however, it hadn’t been, so we had been able to take our time and enjoy our visit.
It was yet another nice day when we made the much longer trip to visit the house where Rudyard Kipling had lived from 1902 till he died in January 1936. Kipling had been born and Indiain 1865 and sent to England for his schooling, after which he returned to India for some time. Then he came back ...
... being within the monastery grounds. It is into these places that the tenant farmers and others brought the hay or goods with which they were paying their tithe (a rent or tax on the land they farmed) that they owed the monastery.
Finally we arrived back in Arundel where poor, long suffering Heather greeted us with an enthusiasm I’m sure we don’t deserve, and a lovely cup of tea that we were all in much need of.
© Lynette Regan 11th July ...