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... and the first thing I had… A celebratory dart. What made the trip to Spain all the more special, was the reason why I went there in the first place. To visit a friend. Emma.
We met at Camp Starlight back in 2012 in the USA, and although that summer we may not have spent as much time together as we would have liked to on reflection, our friendship has grown from strength to strength since leaving. At times, she has been my rock. An outlet for me to ...
... used to be heated by coal he explained why the old rose bushes looked so good. The soil is excellent and beneficial insects help control the insect population.
In the afternoon we visited Keukenhof one of the garden wonders of the world. For seven and a half weeks a year millions of people visit this magical park. There are 74 acres with seven million flowers and ...
... sampled their liguors - lemon, coffee, chocolate almond, all as good as the next plus their local brews. David and I went into a local art gallery and bought some giclees of the Amsterdam scene. Once back to the boat, we had dinner promptly at 7. Cheeses, terrific Dutch pea soup, sea bass perfection and some semisweet chocolate with mango salsa. And the house wines pouring. Very good red and white. Finally going to sleep. Good ...
... the bunnies (one last time!), before eating my pizza like a zombie and crashing. When the job is done, exhaustion comes a-knockin'.
Saturday was a non-stop blur of shopping and party preparations, cleaning the house, packing and crossing off various to-do items on my endless lists. I managed to squeeze in watching the last bit of the F1 qualifying before cooking a lasagna and getting dressed for my party. A ...
... The Nightwatch over the crowds' heads is one of those moments like one's first sight of the Venus de Milo or Michelangelo's David. Except that the Rembrandt really does GLOW. It's lovely.
What's even lovelier is the Jewish Bride, which has such sweet, tender emotion and SUCH gorgeous, lush brush- and palette-work that one really can hardly stop looking at it. I remember studying it at school, and reading someone saying it has "the finest sleeve ...