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... you'd have a better view from France." WHAT! How is that even possible to say??
I was quite goggly eyed to say the least.
I kept on walking along the beach, most of the time looking down or to sea, mainly because the sun was too bright to look up or infront of me.
I was so busy singing and looking at the shells that I didn't see the signs (physical signs) that gave me 100m, 50m and 'you are ...
... we did as it really poured for the hour we were inside! Shopping was done today and we had fun in the side streets and the beautiful shops; we find everyone extremely friendly and helpful! We ran to find cover in the next rain cloud and downpour on the way home, and ended up in a hidden courtyard behind the Church of our Lady; old grapevines, a little bridge and a little path; so mystical! We are going to dinner in a while and guess what? The sun is out! ...
... were off. We'd seen pretty much everything already on foot, but it was very pretty on the water. There was a British couple next to us, and, according to Laura, the dude kept wiping his nose on his hand and then gently caressing her knee with it. She was too stupid to notice. Man, she sounded sooo stupid. Like, Coronation Street stupid. Anyway, at one point we passed under a window with a gorgeous old yellow retriever sitting on a pillow. His name is Fidel and ...
... so your riding sitting up straight.
After returning the bikes we decided to get ourselves a hot chocolate. We went to cafe but when we sat down we got the dinner menu. So decided to leave and go somewhere else. We looked at the café next door, but this also looked more like a restaurant, eventually we went into the third café, the waiter said we would sit down for a Hot Chocolate he then led us through a door into the second restaurant and gave us the menu from the ...
... we didn’t have to walk far or pay anything to see that particular sight.
We stopped for the obligatory Belgian waffles, buying some from one of the countless waffle shops in the area. David got his with just powdered sugar on it, and I got mine covered in chocolate. The waffles were quite good, but my own was a bit too messy with all of the gooey yummy chocolate.
After finishing the waffles, we visited the St. Nicholas Church. ...