Flyover Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Family rooms
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... and told to proceed to the next room without drinking it! Through the next set of doors was a classically themed room with portraits of the Guinness family surrounding us. Here, the tasting guide took us through the "proper" drinking technique to achieve the full experience of the drink. The next floor was dedicated to their historic advertising campaigns and a wall of notable visitors to the brewery including everyone from Her Majesty to ...
... in a Jesuit ..., but seeing his work up close filled me with deep emotion. Seeing Caravaggio's The Calling of St Matthew in Rome many years ago hit me in a similar way. For me he catches the humanity in the gospel story so powerfully, and his technique flawless. I loved his touch too of putting himself in the picture, holding a lamp, which shines on his own face - is he saying that I the artist am also ...
... is a bank holiday, completely different from American, understandably, but thats just one of the many differences. Mary continued to prepare me and Frank such delicious food, yum! ice cream, and potatoes, and tea and she truly is a saint, as all the realitves say, and she got me loads of easter chocolates and my my! It was a nice relaxing.
I caught the 5:30 bus back to Dublin, and it was held back by a cycling race going through Maynooth so I was about ...
... alone. These people talk too much. The future is starting to look like a do or die type situation. No reason to excuse my thoughts and behavior unless I do. Also, went to Quays and Temple bar. Was okay. Lots of old creepy dudes. Accidentally ordered two half pint Guinesses. Gave one to Shelly. Ugh. At least I have my telenovela password. ...
... throngs of people to watch magicians as well as children chasing giant bubbles, and did some most important shopping in a chocolate shop. On the way home, we stopped at "our" pub for supper and watched the World Cup game between Argentina and the Netherlands. Josh explained the strategies players used, and told us about times he'd used those same ones. Great to have our own personal ...