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... It had a real buzz but also a sense of safety and common purpose.
Our first stop anywhere is always the best cafe we can find and the Black Book Cafe seemed to fit the bill.
Eavesdropping on nearby tables we heard about plans for an impressively big festival of the arts with under-pavement heating and theatrical spaces.
Another table had a couple of teachers having a good natter while doing the odd spot of knitting, delving into the ...
... birds and squirrels above the doorways, and again in the library, where the doors were framed with insanely detailed woodcuttings of trees and leaves in which you could spot mice, lizards, frogs, so very many birds… and oh yes, there were books there too. I think.
The reconstructed roman wall was in itself an odd experience. Hollow all the way through, it stopped being just a wall during the war, when the Bute family cut out doorways so people on ...
... looking forward to, but agreed it was best spending the day recuperating.
Later that afternoon we got out of our slumber and went back to Shaun and Lucy’s house and spent some quality time with the Ethan and Fin. Steve and the boys had a kick at the park and of course got some playstation in… not sure who won the games, but i am sure Steve will claim.
... the tour. He followed along intently, continuously asking me throughout the tour which questions would be on the quiz. He didn't want to forget the information. It was so impressive to imagine the Romans designing and building this bath house and temple 2,000 years ago, with the engineering of the water system, the massive carved stone structures and even heated floors.
Unfortunately, we found a parking ticket on our car after the tour. Trying to pay ...
... wire / zipline course, parts of which were supposed to be for those of 12 and over.
We then left them to find the Tour de France again, which by this stage had returned South and were heading into the Alps. We decided to head straight for the famous Alpe D'Huez climb (and its 23 hairpin bends), which, for the first time, the riders were going to climb twice in the same stage. We arrived a day early so we could do the climb ourselves, ...