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... They are lovely people and all talkers so time flew. The food in Ireland has definitely improved in the 19 years since we were last here. Sunday is a BBQ at the Flanagans to farewell Sarah. There is apparently going to be a bouncing castle and all are expected to join in, even grandma! Sounds like fun. Off to jail now and then if we get out an art gallery called Imma, Irish Museum of Modern Art. Cheers ...
Calm night until 4am when it got a bit lumpy as we crossed the top of Ireland. The scenery along the overcast west coast of Scotland was nice. Learnt Rumba dance today and I then tried line dancing again. Last time as I am not well coordinated and don't enjoy it at all. Another 25 mins on the treadmill. Entertainer comedian tonight was great after a fairly easy day reading. Sunset was about 10.40pm but still light all night. Sunrise at 4am but still ...
... This proved to be an annoying and frustrating process. The train ride was about an hour long. I slept on top of my bag the whole way. We got to our hotel and checked in then had to hurry off and get introduced to the area before we grabbed a quick lunch. The area we are staying in is not too bad but the hotel could be a bit better. The fact that there is no wifi in the rooms is causing a great deal of stress to ...
... dawn, from December 19th to 23rd, a narrow beam
of light penetrates the roof-box and reaches the floor of the chamber,
gradually extending to the rear of the chamber. As the sun rises higher, the
beam widens within the chamber so that the whole room becomes dramatically
illuminated. This event lasts for 17 minutes, beginning around 9am. I entered a
lottery to be one of the fortunate few to attend the event this year. Though
honestly, if I had the option, ...
We were up at 0830 and packed up by 0930. We grabbed coffee from Starbucks, which was just a little ways down from the hotel, tossed the Baileys we had found yesterday into it and enjoyed the views of St. Stephen Greens one last time. We had to have our bags out of the room by 1100 so we returned to the hotel to move our things to the lobby and check out. We walked around Grafton Street, the Main Street in Dublin with lots of shops and entertainment. ...