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... Depart" from Yorkshire and we drove along much of the route/s where the locals had put out on display and in a show of support, many yellow painted bicycles, polka dot and yellow (maillot jaune) jerseys.
The weather was good up until we got to Yorkshire and then it was like someone had flicked a switch and summer was gone, replaced by much cooler and wetter weather, but not bad enough for us to get out and about.
Richmond and ...
... in London. At home, I never give it a second thought because I am so used to seeing it every day, but in my new environment, I constantly find myself discovering new forms of art. I never know where I will end up. Once, my friends and I were looking for a place to eat after class one day and we accidentally found ourselves in a residential area full of hasidic jews.
Going for walks and passing by local people helps me ...
Today we thought we would give our legs a rest so took the hop on hop off bus which also included a river cruise. We hopped off at Paddington Station to see what our options were re getting to Heathrow on Thursday. As it turns out we are going to bus there but it was an interesting exercise anyway. It's hard to remember all that we've seen today as there has been so much. We have found London to be an exciting city with ...
... equipment and then waiting around all day for couriers to arrive. There has been a number of times where orders haven't been properly filled with our accompanying frustration. Sadly, The Yurt had further bookings, so we had to change accommodation again-our previous flat had become vacant again, and again our very kind host Keren, bent over backwards to have it ready for us by mid afternoon. So again we loaded up now 2 assembled bikes back over to the ...
... but the current church is from the 17th century as the original was destroyed in the Great Fire. We went inside and got the audioguides which gave us details of the cathedral and its history. We climbed 528 steps to reach the golden gallery at the top of the dome which gave us panorama views of London and was spectacular. The walk up had some very narrow stairs in winding turrents but was well worth the climb. Walking down was nearly harder and ...
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