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... up to Pam, and in no time at all I had Grandma dancing like she was a teenager again. I know she was secretly fanning over me! The night was going off, and after a few more beers some really nice Americans joined us, which was the best move of the night (other than my moves on Grandma), as they were very generous. Never did we have an empty glass in front of us again thanks to them! The time came and the pub closed, but that wasn't the end of us! We moved on to ...
After a peaceful night's rest in my spa and golf resort hotel room I cleaned myself up and started the day with a delightful full Irish breakfast. How I love coming to Europe and being able to enjoy the simple joys of the giant breakfast. Eggs, sausage, bacon, tomatoes, beans, and hash browns today. No stewed mushrooms for me, thanks. I also passed on the blood sausage. I almost regret not at least trying it. Almost. My ...
East Belfast and Van Morrison ...
'Oh, I travelled far
The nearest star
And Mount Palomar
And we don't care just who you know
It's who you are
And when they all
All go home
Down the cobblestones
You will double back
To a cul de sac' ('Cul De sac')
Places we visited on the Van Morrison tour of Belfast
1 Hyndford Street
'Take me back, take me way, way, way back
On Hyndford Street
... look back and see how okay I was with mediocracy, take note of it, and be sure not to fall back into that same way of life again.
We were in a tiny pub named The Snug Pub in Balleybofey, enjoying a glass of wine by the fireplace, and a great quote was brought up.. 'Life is not a dress rehearsal'. It sounds so simple, but it is so SO true! It is so important to do the things you dream of doing, before you no longer get the chance. ...
... much about shipbuilding, but it provided lots of answers for questions I didn’t even know I had. There were a few artifacts, but mostly exhibits and information. I didn’t mind at all! There was also live music playing right before we arrived… nice touch. It made it feel less like a museum and more like a casual kind of place where information is exchanged. We also found a cute bookstore where I read about families all over ...
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