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... to meet cute Italian guys with motos de agua (jet skis) somewhere on the coast. I used to feel a little guilty, but now I realize it’s hats off to young(er) Kat and Kate for making the decisions we made at that point in our lives. We were smarter than I realized to enjoy our time as we wanted and create an incredible, unique experience. Never again will I be able to go on such an epic european club tour (I’m tired just writing that), but the ruins are still right ...
... before, but I think you could only fully understand after traveling here. You can't walk anywhere without there being a story behind it. Creativity and symbolism are incorporated into some of the most ordinary parts of life. I have truly fallen in love with that. My mind has been so enriched here, I don't know how you could come here and not come back a slightly different person. The beautiful history here surrounds you and embraces you. The ...
... buildings, museums and the zoo. We strolled around the gardens, napped under a tree and then headed home once again. We organised ourselves for the early trip to florence the next day and also cooked ourselves some dinner. It's a real treat to have a kitchen, we really miss cooking for ourselves. Salad is often as expensive as a main meal in restaurants so we don't eat it as much as we hope, so when we are able to buy it from the shops I get so excited I ...
... the founder Adi Dassler,
‘How did Adi Dassler revolutionise sports technology? By spending more time with athletes.’
While on the subject of athletics I relived the Golden Hour at the Olympic stadium where Snell & Halberg won their gold medals. The warm up track was amazing surrounded by concrete ...
... Kirchgassner... 10ft tall and bulletproof #king46
Now - Today was pretty relaxed day. We went to visit the oldest church in Rome this morning. On the way back from that, we walked through a flea market. I could of bought a Rolex for 25 euros, (I'm sure it was real) but who needs a Rolex when you can sport a timex. In the afternoon, the group split up to soak in Rome how they like. Kirch and Krista went on ...