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... hate each other and the atrocities that have occurred on both sides are frightening. There is even a huge wall erected in the city to physically separate the two factions. And they had to keep building it higher and higher cause they would bomb each other OVER the wall. Certainly a different reality than I grew up with. The murals were very interesting and our driver was very knowledgeable about everything he took us to see. ...
... br> 2) Fish:
Went to the fishmonger around the corner to get my Friday dinner. I asked one of the guys how they were and he said 'terrible'. I asked why... he said because he was 'in here'. I said, 'well it's better than being in a sweet shop' (I told them the story of the Fish Church in Gothenburg, Maggie) and one of the others said, 'that's what I like to hear, do you want a job?'
Well - they were after someone to work Fridays and Saturdays. I ...
... to Shannon and then a short bus ride to Limerick. My first impression of Ireland.....well, they don't call it the Emerald Isle for nothing. Wow - it's really green. From the air, it is soooo obvious!
Oh! And I saved my big brown bag!!!! Well, at least for the rest of this trip hopefully! Nothing that a stapler and some tape couldn't fix! ...
We dragged Elijah out of the room FINALLY. We visited the Castle, however briefly, and then the Palace. The highlight was the "Family Story" time at the Palace. This brilliant woman told these dramatic stories, AWESOME. True historic stories, made exciting by her brilliant story telling. We hung around for 3 stories. Afternoon tea at the palace was also awesome. Mum went back and ...
... ticket at Waverly Station for 2 pounds 40 pence, and caught the 7:03 train to Edinburgh Park. I arrived right next to my hotel room at 7:15. My legs and feet were aching from all of the walking around, and I was still really congested. Since the pool area was open until 10pm, I decided to take advantage of it. I went swimming and into the steam room for about a half hour. After I got back to the room, I felt much more relaxed, and I could actually concentrate ...
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