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... organized trip - will it work? I go to Belfast and do the Titanic Experience and then go to the Giant's Causeway. A long day - will it be worth it?</li><li>Wednesday, Sept 9th, 2015: Multiple plans, is it Rock of Cashel or just hang in Dublin. Either way end the day at the Abbey Theatre</li><li>Thursday, Sept 10th, 2015: Travel to Galway by train</li><li>Friday, ...
... of the day – Banana Pineapple. Amazing food! We really need to walk off this Last Meal. So, naturally, we head to the Idaho State Penitentiary.
The Old Idaho Penitentiary opened its doors in 1872 to some of the West’s most desperate criminals. Over the next 100 years, more than 13,000 convicts, including 215 women, would call this place home. At least 110 of them died within the walls from old age, illness and murder. It is ...
... only the geothermal activity but the medicinal hot baths which apparently have been quite popular with visiting Europeans for a hundred years. We stopped there, reviewed a couple of RV parks and decided to push on north after visiting the local geyser tourist trap called Te Puia which is also home to a village of Maori.
We waited for the next scheduled tour of the attraction, observed a few mud holes and small geysers and even saw a captive Kiwi Bird in a ...
... and facebook, etc. It is warm in the room so we turn up the air conditioning to cool it off. Heidi is in and out so that she can smoke and I am in here on my computer. It begins to feel chilly and then downright cold. Heidi comes in and I mention to her that I am finding it cold (this happened yesterday too!). She is in disbelief because I am always too warm in the car and she, in contrast gets cold just a few short minutes with the air conditioning on ...
... armory, visitation room, control room and the turn key area.
The False Front Buildings (1894–1895) held the commissary, trusty dorm, barber shop (1902-1960s) and hospital (originally the blacksmith shop, but was remodeled in 1912 and remained the prison hospital until the 1960s).
The Dining Hall (1898) was designed by George Hamilton (an inmate at the time) and burned down in the 1973 riot.
Cell House ...