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... and it was immediately obvious why. The pub bar was lined with gay men of all ages who were completely friendly and referred to me as, “love.” As we toured the streets same sex couples lined the tables, and after a while I caught on to the looks that Nicolette was earlier referring to. It was either A) we were some of the few straight couples roaming the streets or B) they were eye sexing us through our clothes and it was a normal thing. Whichever it was, it ...
... outcomes come to mind) Every day i caffeinate myself enough that I don't get tired until about 5 or 6pm. Then I take a nap and usually wake up by 1 and can't fall back asleep. Dan has tried to keep me up and not let me nap but eventually there's only so much he can do before I'm asleep. I'm so exhausted all the time that I can barely make a decision about anything. It's like the decision making portion of my brain ...
Apparently Stage 1 of the Tour kicks off today in York and the riders will see a giant swath of West and North Yorkshire. I have to admit the main focus for us what the preparation for the next day and the all important climb up Holme Moss in Stage 2. I spent the morning recovering from the rigors of the race the previous evening and relaxing. The big event during the day was lunch ...
... the Palladian Bridge.) Dan and I were intrigued by the Grotto, with some sculptures and water emptying from a spring into the lake. I really liked the little Gothic Cottage, where the owner's wife went daily to write in her journal...having a secluded place like that with an amazing view probably would have inspired anyone. We had some good ice cream (lemon meringue for me...English cows do produce tasty ice cream) after our warm walk, then ...
About three hours after I dozed off, I woke up and could not get to sleep.
There was nothing I could do to get myself checked back out. After sitting with my eyes closed for about 30 minutes, I gave up and started thinking about the day. It was getting really exciting.
The line in customs wasn't very long, but the number of questions was surprising. Every other time I came to the UK, there were a couple of questions ...
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Interestingly decorated rooms at a reasonable price close to the train station. We also enjoyed the restaurant attached.
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