Tag Archives: Italian

Saved for the Nation

After a week confined to the house on puppy watching duty, it was with a great sense of freedom I left for work this morning. I wished Mirinda luck and strode off to the station without a care in the … Continue reading

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Architecture

After a glorious sleep in, we finally emerged from our luxurious hotel room in an actual sunny day. Each day so far has been quite grey with ocassional drizzle but today was beautiful…cold, but beautiful. Of course, we took breakfast … Continue reading

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Italian pictures

Today I went to the National Gallery and saw the Veronese exhibition Magnificence in Renaissance Venice. I’d read a bit about it and heard the review on Front Row and, of course, I love Italian Renaissance art so everything was … Continue reading

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All in wristling

Today was my first physio session with Sandra. I was a bit concerned she’d say my wrist was always going to be deformed and I’d have to learn to use it with all its present imperfections. Actually I wasn’t concerned … Continue reading

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Bad call

If you’re ever in a position of choice between taking the tube from Embankment or walking across Waterloo Bridge, I’d always choose the latter. At least that’s what I thought before today. Sadly, this is no longer true. My newest … Continue reading

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