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... to try and make her dress longer.
WE spent an enjoyable time wandering about the cathedral. Its big, beautiful, cool inside, and has some amazing stained glass windows. There were pews to sit on and pray, and some people were praying on their knees, most people however were using this time as free sit down space in a cool shady place (it was 34 degrees outside). One lady was eating her lunch at the pews, another was breastfeeding a baby.
... Turns out every restaurant has done it for us without asking, which is excellent detail and service.
We identified a key town for each day to focus our visit on, with walks and smaller towns in the morning and aftenoon of each day. We had been told Saturday and Sunday would get busy, so on Saturday we focussed on the Isola Comacina and a long walk, and on Sunday headed to ...
... s first restaurant dinner in Italy where we enjoyed some, as always, delicious pasta. The training has been going really well so far. We have swum every day (which is good for me because the swim is my weakest leg), ridden and ran every second day and met the rest of the elite squad who have all been very welcoming. The riding in the area is very flat with some nice sections through towns and fields but we are always forced to turn onto main, busy and boring roads as we ...
... Parma Ham, Balsamic vinegar, huge fresh tomatoes and fresh bread.
It was the weekend so I was keen to head out. It seemed like a lot of the pubs/bars/nightclubs were a little further out of town so I wondered for a bit stumbling on a Karaoke place, after listening to a group of Italians murdering far too many songs, I headed off in search for somewhere to go for a drink where it was a little livelier.
Whilst this is borderline a ...
... takes you into a different world...a real contrast to the hustle and bustle of trains, tube stations and red London busses...not to forget the changeable weather.(we did not experience the super summer!).... So many people of all colours and creeds. Real 1st world living.
Clair really went out of her way to give us a great time. London at Cathrine's dock, the Maritime museum, Covent Gardens, and all the sights on the way, was super in spite of ...