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... oh...I needed that.... How about you, Robin?" . " " I am okay.... you need it much more than I do.... ", I replied, as I was nibbling on my fresh bowl of mixed berries. Our morning went slowly and carefully as each of us began organizing what was going where. By noon I had all my US custom souvenirs listed, with value, waiting for the agents at SEA-TAC. There were several places we could have gone today, but it was Sunday, and the "wheres" were all ...
... Denise has been drinking a lot of amber beer and Glo and I have found some good ales and lagers. After the NFL experience we walked though the streets of London and found a sculpture garden and the Hard Rock. Had some shots at the Hard Rock, yum! Then we went to the British World War II war memorial and walked through St James Park to the Buckingham Palace (no we didn't see the changing of the guards, but westill have time). The palace was huge and the ...
... started yesterday so we tried to persuade her to put the diet on hold until after the Bank Holiday, but she was determined to have a sin free weekend. That led on to an interesting discussion about Goblin Teasmaids. Steve can't find one anywhere so he's now looking for a bedside gadget to make his morning tea.
Sunday Morning we were up early and had sausage and bacon sarni's before we set off on our final county towns trip. It was a grey drizzley day but the forecast ...
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17. Having gone fully seven months without a phone…I survived!
18. After reading about the Edinburgh Festival in so many different books and so on, I serendipitously ended up living right near Edinburgh during the beginning of August and got to spend two days enjoy the buzzing spirit of such a major event
19. Saw David O’Doherty – a wonderful Irish comedian – live for the second time
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Saturday in London tried hard to be pleasant but couldn't quite manage it. Having consulted 'What's on in London' I opted for Shakespeare's Globe where there was a matinee of Midsummer Night's Dream. Of course it was sold out and the accompanying exhibition was closed because there was a performance but I had a lovely walk along the Thames, visiting the Borough Markets near Southwark cathedral - mostly food but such ...
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