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... crying her eyes out. Now, this could have been anything from 'The Shawshank Redemption' to last night's episode of 'Eastenders', but my money is on a ****** and predictable chick flick. Spotted another plane out of the window, which seemed to be a little to close for my liking. It soon disappeared though and obviously, because you're not watching this on Air Crash Investigation on the Discovery Channel, it means all was good. Landed at JFK and ...
... the Discworld emporium and consulate. There was so much in the store I wanted to buy! It was hard to decide, harder to leave.
Since we were relatively close by, we next drove over to the old sixth-century ramparts of Cadbury Castle (not a castle, never was a castle, and something's been here since 3000 BCE), the fabled site of Arthur’s Camelot. It’s now an overgrown hillock upon which cows graze, but it was picturesque and clearly well-chosen ...
... predicted, all did not go quite to plan, but I think I am leaving with everything I'll need - sorry mum for the mess still left behind, take it as a memento ;) I know you'll miss me really! With most other chores done, I now find myself in the most welcoming environment (with a second G&T in hand) and the company of mum, Keith and nana OBE (sorry, in joke!) whilst joe is in an interview for a management job for our return - but don't feel too sorry ...
Summary of Day 2: Distance cycled: 72.4 miles Riding time: 5 hrs 12 mins Avg. Speed: 13.90 mph Elevation climbed: 6463 feet Notes: After the 11% hill at start of the day (which was more) we decided against riding through middle of Dartmoor but still had a decent amount of climbing :) Another County ticked off (so far): Cornwall Devon Somerset (ended the day ...
We slept on the side of the road outside Norma and Keith's house, and then, after coffee and final farewells, headed in the direction of Chichester. Not far from the town we found the Fishbourne Roman Palace, the largest Roman residence ever found in Britain. The palace was built around AD75 for a local Roman king, but was not discovered until 1960, when a digger driver creating a drain dug a trench through the middle of a massive mosaic. The site would easily ...
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