Classic Hotel Jena
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... and carried on with what they were doing, I on the other hand had to change my shorts. We waited for the rain to stop but each time it seemed to slow down it would pick up again and the thunder kept on rumbling. We decided that we were going to go for a swim as there is a pool by the lake here so we got everything ready and set off walking. It was not too far so only took about 30 minutes and the rain managed to hold off ...
... it and Lily was fine she was happy bouncing around. Then Leggy and Ruby had a go and Leggy loved it too and she was happy just to bounce fairly gently. Ruby as usual went at it in a more determined fashion and was trying to bounce as high as she could in order to do a somersault and Lily was giving her advice from the ground. She was trying to throw her legs over but couldn't quite get it right and the guy gave her some help to get bouncing really ...
... walls and ceilings with more frescoes by Tiepolo. This was a building made to impress and it certainly does. Outside there are also beautiful gardens and a large fountain.
The centre of town is only a short walk from the Palace and contains St Killian,s cathedral and a market square which are worth a visit. On the entrance to the very nice bridge is a small wine shop which does tastings of the local wines ...
... and a chance to stretch our legs. The first part of the journey was spent by Hannah and Katie teaching Mr. K how to make a loom band! Mrs. Malitskie is sporting his effort, done in the colours of the German flag and the tour polo shirt! Hannah also made a band for Mrs Muller in polo shirt colours - all in all a very creative first part of the journey!! More posts from ...
... enjoyed the breadth of our repertoire as well as the quality of our playing and we hope to maintain our performance level in the next two concerts! Richard kicked off tonight's programme with 'The Cowboys' by John Williams followed by Danse Macabre by Saint-Saens. Andy followed on with Wagner's Meistersingers overture and Glazunov's 'Autumn' from The Seasons. Richard returned to lead the orchestra in a beautiful performance of ...
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