Lynn, Cheryl, Dave and Jeanette arrived around 11:30 a.m. By having a baby with them, they earned a Fast Pass through Customs, similar to Disney World, though not as fun as Mr. Toad's Wild Ride. Since David didn't feel well, he stayed at the house while we all walked through town. We made a pit-stop at Al's Bakery, for take-away sandwiches and pastries. We walked about 0.75 mi to the Deal Castle, one of the finest Tudor artillery castles in England. Today all of us wore rain gear, as it was drizzling when we left. It is among the earliest and most elaborate of a chain of coastal forts, which also includes Walmer, which we hope to see tomorrow. Built between 1549 and 1542 by order of King Henry VIII, who feared an invasion by European neighbhors. The foreign invasion never materialized, but Deal Castle saw hard fighting during the Second Civil War (1648). We bought the two week English Heritage Pass (49.50 for a couple), which allows entry into dozens of monuments throughout England. I was having asthma issues in the old castle, so I had to excuse myself and sat outside for a bit. We walked around with portable headsets, so it looked like we were all talking on cell phones. For dinner tonight, Lynn and Noah bought chicken, spring rolls, fresh bread, and cornish pasties and we had leftover pasta and veggies from last night too.