Lyndon Guest House
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... MY BODY. Today was a good day. Not like every other day isn’t a good day. But today was simply good. One of those days where the air just kinda smells like dryer sheets. Yah feel brah? Anyway today I spent alone. I feel like for some people that would be sad and lonely but I think I’m pretty cool and interesting so it’s not lonely or boring. My friends all headed out to Northern Ireland to Belfast to see the Titanic museum. I decided ...
... first bus driver was the best of the day - so entertaining!
Our first stop was the Kilmainham Gaol - a prison from the 1800s thru the 1920s. It was one of the enlightened Victorian prisons, where every prisoner had his own cell, there was light and plenty of supervision. Still - no place you'd want to be - especially considering that they had death by hanging or firing squad. We learned a great deal about the 1916 ...
... are 20 minutes from Dublin. Ha! That may be true if you are driving a fast car, but definitely not true when traveling by Dublin bus. I later talked to a lady who remarked that it always takes longer to get anywhere in Dublin that you think it will. Three buses and an hour and a half later, we arrived at the lovely village of Enniskerry. The trip ...
... irish tea, the type with milk and sugar. Sofaking good. Throughout our chat, she gave us tons of advice on where and how to find jobs and housing. She also told us she once won her weight in beer, had a crazy Spanish roommate who she fell out with, wants to learn better Irish to audition for a tv show, once applied to be a singer at a hotel (she briefly sang and it was good, so props), and needs to fix up her backyard a little so she can find ...
... we were still going in the right direction.
Two and a half hours later we finally made it to the hotel, guess the walk wasn't a couple of miles like we had originally thought. Later when we plotted our trek, came to find it was six and a half miles. Needless to say we were tired, cold, our feet hurt and very hungry since we didn't see any food on the way in. We ate dinner at the hotel, fish and chips, wings and of course a couple of Guinness ...