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... few of the city's citizens. The return walk to the Caprice though old Dijon city was an opportunity to capture a few more architectural details from the beautiful city.
The fix for the plumbing continued into the afternoon. Lunch in the Dijon harbor was nice but we still didn’t have our "pipes cleaned". The responsibilities of ...
... lions, Siberian tigers), primates (lemurs, marmosets, etc. with more than 25 species) and birds (some thirty aquatic and tropical species). There are also many different species of hoofed animals from around the world (Vision warty pigs, Vision spotted deer, etc.) as well as two species of macropods from Australia: red kangaroo and rock wallabies. There are around 400 animals from more than 70 species can be viewed in large planted enclosures.
We kept on driving until ...
... When we got to their house, it was beautiful and they had a baby, a little boy, he was only 3 months old. We stayed there for a while and someone turned the music on and everyone started dancing until midnight! We headed back to my uncle's house again but the next day is going to be a really fun day and I may need to save my voice.
... the ticket barriers we all left open and so we just walked out as there was nobody again checking tickets. We wish now we had not pre-booked as we could have travelled for free! Once in Leicester we had time to kill before our National Express bus at 00.55, so we went to a Wetherspoon’s pub for a drink. The bus left and arrived at Stansted on time at 3.40, where we had more time to kill before our flight at 7.40. Isi ...
1st September 2013
John made tea this morning and then went back to sleep as he had been awake on and off since 5am.
Isi washed the top sides and then had a "dummy run" with packing to see what is left for next time on the 24th and it looks promising even without the vacuum bags.
Once up, John tackled the other front window. It was more difficult to get open ...