Somerset Roland Gardens
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... at the top we regrouped over refreshments and then finished the ride along the ridge line, with a few more short climbs and then zipped back down to sea level to the town of Hvar. We pedaled 12.6 miles in all - shorter than the morning ride but an intense climb and speedy descent. We arrived to quayside just as our ship did. Dennis and I joined two guys from New Zealand for a beer on the riva. They were quite fast on the ride because they were on e-bikes. We showered, dressed ...
Then I had a wow moment as we walked into a part of the museum that looked like the set on a Harry Potter movie at Hogwarts?. It was an amazing building, and up the stairs had dark brooding statues of boring people in the field of natural history. The only one I recognised was Charles Darwin. The building blew me away with the ornateness of its detailing, but I'm not sure why there were so many monkeys climbing the pillars. I had ...
... she'd be running either way. So of course I texted back that a little rain wouldn't put me off, and after that weekend it became our permanent routine. I showed up relatively on time each Saturday morning whether or not I'd been out partying the night before, sometimes mildly hungover, sometimes positively so, and we'd trudge off along the banks of the river Severn that flows through the city of Bristol at whatever pace was acceptable for the both of us and chat about whatever ...
... dinner we had bought tickets to go see The Commitments. Alysia was in love with one of the actors so she was very excited. We were able to get seats super close to the stage because there was a pole technically blocking the seat but you were able to look around it and it was mostly not a bother for most of the play. I laughed more at this musical then I have at anything in a long time. I for sure recommend it! Afterwards, we waited out side the stage door because ...
... pretty big chain in London Because I saw them everywhere. I just had a meatball toasted sandwich and a coke .. It was yummy but cost like £5 something so like $10. I then decided to skip the 3pm free walking tour I had planned on going to coz I had already walked to most of those places already (if I'm up early enough I'll go tomorrow though) and I walked towards tower bridge. The walk was long but pleasant. Annoyingly my phone died before I got close so I have no pictures :( ...
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