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... Town's parade and festivities for the Chinese New Year! I have one day to re-coop and then Tuesday ASH COMES TO VISIT! It'll be so nice to have another gal around and I can't wait to go on adventures with the gang. The teaser for you guys is that although we'll be staying in the UK, we'll be visiting a city with some amazing roman architecture...could be anywhere you say?? Guess you'll have to stay tuned to find out!
... My first flight went pretty well except for getting less than two hours of sleep and also my ear hurting from the pressure change. The landing was great. I was expecting a little bouncing but the pilot did a very good job at landing smoothly. It took a little time getting through customs but after that it was ...
... Daniel attempted food, but quickly failed, which allowed Dad (human waste disposal) to swoop in and eat it! Pam and Grandma also ate. But the real heroes were Pam, Daniel and myself, choking back a beer to start the day again! Chriestelle didn't go near a thing, still feeling sick! Lunch also presented the opportunity for Pam to get decent via indecent exposure. She finally had access to her bag, and procured some more appropriate clothing for it that she changed ...
... a current university, I couldn’t imagine tourist walking through everyday while I was trying to go to class or sit an exam. We then explored the Cathedrals of Dublin, they may all look the same everywhere in Europe but you can’t go to a city without ticking it off your list. St Christ Church and St Patrick’s were the ones we visited. We strolled through the Dublin botanical gardens, and went into Dublin’s historical museum. The museum had ...
... pub where we stopped so a few could use the restroom. It turned out to be a very good recommendation, as the food was good and plentiful!
Trim Castle was built in 1220 and is in remarkably good shape versus some of the other castle ruins we have seen in Ireland. We were able to tour around the grounds for a while and enjoy the nice weather we were having. Just about every Irish person we talk to mentions how lovely the weather has been lately - warmer than normal ...