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Seaside holidays

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  • 1. SeasideSeaside HolidaysHolidays Now and ThenNow and Then
  • 2. People used to travel to the seaside by steam train. The trains were always full and the stations very crowded.
  • 3. Today people sometimes travel to the seaside by car. But lots of people fly in a plane to the seaside in other countries.
  • 4. People used to stay in hotels by the beach. These hotels were big and people had to share a bathroom and toilet.
  • 5. Today people stay in hotels and apartments. They can use the swimming pool and often provide food and entertainment.
  • 6. People used to get dressed for the beach inside a bathing machine. These would make sure that people could not see you undressing.
  • 7. Today people use towels to cover themselves when changing on the beach. Children have special towels called ‘ponchos’ that have hoods.
  • 8. People did not like to have a sun tan. They would keep themselves covered and wear their clothes on the beach.
  • 9. Today people use sun tan lotion to stop themselves burning. They can wear bikinis and trunks on the beach.
  • 10. People used to like eating ice cream at the seaside. A horse would pull the ice cream cart to the beach front.
  • 11. Today people still eat ice cream at the seaside. An ice cream van bring sthe ice cream to the beach and keeps it cold.
  • 12. People used to pay to have a donkey ride along the beach. They could watch a music show or ‘Punch and Judy’ on the beach.
  • 13. Today people still like to have a donkey ride along the beach. People like to go on fairground rides instead of watching shows.
  • 14. People used to walk along the promenade at the seaside. They could watch a show, hear a band or sit and rest.
  • 15. Today people still walk along the promenade. You can sometimes still hear a band, but most people usually want to play arcade games.

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