Marple Cottage Guest House
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... Ok I did tear up a little. The dream was dead. We tried to shake it off and think of what other things we could do in Dublin since we now had another day to explore. We headed back to our apartment to regroup. When we arrived, George asked the receptionist in the lobby if she knew of any private agencies that would take a small group to Blarney today. She called around a bit and could only find tours for tomorrow. Then she said, "wait a ...
... Mean parents, I did cave in and let them choose one thing!
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