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... until we saw it again 30 minutes later. I think the bridge is lifted more often in a day than we eat out in a week, which is a lot!
So walking across the bridge at road level provided some pretty nice views but walking across the high walkway from one tower to another was a whole other thing. There were even two glass floors sections which provided a unique view of the road. The kids had a great time on these floors, posing for the camera as if they ...
Today is one of the biggest events on the London calendar. It's an event that absorbs the city and makes London feel like this one great big community. It's the London marathon!
And this year I know someone who is running. It's very exciting. Nat who is a great friend and housemate of nicky's is running for the first time this year. It's a dream come true for her and very exciting for me. I love seeing people work really hard for a goal. It's very inspiring.
I stayed at ...
... STARVING. We had a little snafu with the Underground – one of the lines to our place was down, so we took a strange route back. Finally stopped at a pub in our neighborhood for dinner. We left our hotel this morning around 9 am and got back around 8:30 pm. We were pretty much on our feet all day, except for the 3 ½ hours when we were on bikes. Dot logged 23,000 steps on her Fitbit. I am beat. Of course, I GoPro’d some ...
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In order to make sure that your holiday gets spent in the way which you have always dreamt of, you need the assistance of the one who ...
... I learnt four things that shaped the rest of my adventure - my head was cold, rice doesn't cook in luke warm water, no sleeping mat was a stupid idea and I needed a spoon.
I then continued to venture through the Outer Hebrides, along gorgeous coastlines and stunning mountains.
I had a few low days, but a walk along the coast was all I needed to fix that.
I spent a week on my homeland in Colonsay where I did actually meet a gorgeous family ...