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... green boulevards. There is no true city centre but several different areas of concentration spread over a fairly large area, and seemed quite chaotic and hotch potch to me. Coming out of the train station you are immediately hit with ugly high rise buildings with no architectural merit whatsoever. We then walked down, what is supposed to be one of the most beautiful boulevards in the Netherlands in the historic centre, Lange Voorhout. The boulevard was quite a ...
... been wearing my tennis shoes everywhere (called trainers in the UK) but I am going to try my dansko's for the day tomorrow, the last hospital I was at, the attire was fairly formal for staff and I didn't see any tennis shoes. It seems odd that with all the walking, they don't wear comfortable shoes! Somehow I made an error in my hotel reservation, it's further from the hospital than I ...
... of the best preserved ancient bath and temple complex in Northern Europe. This is the only thermal springs in the UK emerging from deep underground. We were shown all stages of the hot spring process, life as it was in the day and info regarding the site via audio headsets. They have built walkways over some of the ancient stone areas and other areas are closed off via viewing perspex. Once again I ...
Our next short jaunt was to Bristol, just a couple of hours away from our home base in Streatley. We decided to visit because there was a vegan festival on, which sounded fun! We looked forward to comparing an English vegan fair to the ones we'd been to in Germany. Bristol also seemed to be quite a nice place to visit.
A couple of days before our trip there I came down with a dreadful flu, on the Saturday I didn't ...
... Temple Meads. Can't be that bad, right? We ended up walking Cotham Hill and it only seemed natural to invite her in, so I invited her for dinner and made crepes (they all turned out this time). We had them with Nutella - something she's never had. We had a great meal, then watched some TV: TBBT, Don't Tell the Bride, and Pramface, which was definitely the funniest.
Viv went home but I did invite her to come Bath tomorrow. Had a nice chat with my mother: ...
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