BEST WESTERN Old Tollgate Hotel
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... are very easy and nice.
In the evening we were going to the beach. We just sitting at the stones and talk. Up to today we are not allowed to talk with the others german, we must talk english....ok, we try!....but I´m not sure, that we can do all time.... let´s see!!!
I´ll try to write you tomorrow!!! Lovely from England, Lea
8th June - Sunday
Spent time reading through Web pages, doing research. Found a contact and sent them our details, they sent an automatic reply and will get in contact with us. Later in the day we ventured to Redhill, a big town, so we had a look around. There was even a Charity shop opened, so that made my day, Russ bought some shirts and books. Back home we sat and enjoyed the rest of a lovely day in the sun, reading. This is a nice quite park, ...
... luck, I'll get more ideas when I'm in Copenhagen and not look at anything on my original list. But, here's a few ideas; The little mermaid statue, Hans Christian Andersen statue, Christiania, Botanical Gardens, Danish Jewish Museum, Odense and The Black Diamond (National Library).
As for the accommodation, I have got that sorted as well. I'm staying at a hostel that is very similar to the Base hostel in Melbourne. So, I'm ...
... he would investigate the rumors of James Edward Stuart being a changeling, and if he would call for a free parliament. William liked the idea because he wanted to invade France. So in Oct, he sets out but is turned back by bad weather.
Nov 5, 1688, he lands at Torbay in Devon in his ship, The Brill. He has 463 ships, 11,000 men and 4000 horses. Of the men, some 200 were slaves from the Caribbean islands and ...
... The river is tidal right up through London, and presently its low tide. An enterprising artist has created a sand sculpture on the banks of the river and people are tossing coins in appreciation of his creativity.
Our first destination today is the Tate Modern Art Gallery which is housed in a former ...