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... the ferry was fired up and loading was already started. This seemed strange until I learned that the ferry was operating on UK time and again I had only just made it. More by luck than judgement, me and ferries eh!
One thing that did strike me was the amount of motorbikes all in the queue ready to go, I pulled up (last) and joined the queue, got off my bike, took off my helmet and jacket and decided to chat to a few people. The next thing ...
... long after this four more trawlers came past. The first three passed at a comparatively reasonable speed, rocking us more than we'd like but not enough to cause the mayhem of the first. The fourth, however, deliberately sped up and angled towards us, overtaking the boat in front, despite Mister Kitty running up to ask them to slow down. This time the olive oil went flying and the lid came off, which made for another messy clean up.
Everyone knows that I have a love-love relationship with my work. One could almost say that I'm a Workaholic… okay, so actually lots of people have said that in the past few years, so it's no surprise that I would be happy to combine work trips with pleasure trips. My team in Boeing Research & Tech Europe (the whole reason that I'm in Madrid) has a yearly offsite to pow wow about Finance topics, the year that just ended, and what will change in ...
... We drove 30 min in absolute peace. On the last stretch, all three girls nodded off for a little power nap. We pulled into the driveway around 7 and came into a house that smelled fantastic. Daisy and her friend were well into the prep on dinner and we could smell something awesome happening in the oven. A few of us freshened up, then everyone made it to the porch again for light cocktails as we waited for dinner. Katie, Molly, and Mae Mae played gin while Happy and Pops caught up ...
... mountainous, and nicely situated, with the river running through it. From the parking garage, we had a brief walk along the river. We crossed a pedestrian bridge to the side away from the Guggenheim, for a better view of the entire building … then back in the famous bridge to the museum.
The museum is stunning, and it doesn't look a thing like a titanium artichoke, as far as I’m concerned. Between the setting on the river, the way the walls ...