The Bridge at Pierrepont
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Marcus slept on the couch last night. Him and his sister are like an old couple! He felt it had been very comfortable and I only thought that this was a window into his future. Jane went for her run, then I took the bridle path I jogged along on the first morning but extended it a bit by running down the road at the end of the path, circling the common and then jogging back. After the usual leisurely breakfast we drove ...
Not as cuddly a morning as yesterday. During the night I could hear the showers of rain and was hoping that that would get me out of doing exercise but no such luck. Although overcast, the heavens were dry, so Jane went running first and then I felt obliged to do it, too. Today however I decided to jog around the golf course. Mistake! First of all the bridle path I found was so sandy that running in it was hard work. Then I got lost but fortunately I could also ...
Nothing starts smoothly with Kuno's Chaos Travels. Our little half term outing was supposed to start today but Jane had booked British Gas for their 3rd visit after not managing to fix our new boiler a week ago.... Fortunately the man came early, bled the radiator as there was a definite air lock - and then we could not reproduce the fault, i.e. the overflow did not flow over. We had packed most of our luggage yesterday and simply bagged our last bit of food ...
... process itself is carried out in stages
with analysis, cleansing, exfoliation to remove dead cells, followed by removal
of blackheads. After this a facial mask is applied with a facial massage next
and protective cream and toners are applied. At the end of the treatment the client
is instructed in ways to take care of their skin.
Treatment: The massage is one of the oldest and
perhaps the most popular choice ...
... was crazy to stand somewhere so famous that I've seen only on television.
Another walk took us to Big Ben, which was much more spectacular than I had imagined it was going to be. Our last sight to see for today was a Tube ride away in Earl's Court. There, just as you come up from the station, there is a TARDIS (or rather, Police Public Call Box; who really knows ...