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... officer who was married to Maureen O'Hara (name to be added) who was a supporter of the museum. Irish coffee was first served to the flyers so the town claims that Irish coffee was developed there. Everyone had a coffee or tea, while they demonstrated how to make the best Irish coffee. The weather cleared which was great so enjoyed the views. Lunch was at Dillon's in Inach; we had carrot soup and bread, while many in the group had cabbage and bacon dinner. Travelled thru ...
... proper tonight. But tomorrow we will be ready to hit the ground running.
The leisure club (fitness center) is nice. The upstairs is a full gym center and downstairs is the pool area which is full lap size. It also has some bubble spa areas. These are like hot tubs with jets/bubbles but are at the same temperature as the pool. The one is really cool because you can lay down in it on these lounge fixtures. This area also ...
... who should be fined. A baby's foot hit the seat and Caleb jumped up and looked around for a train police :) We found a pub to eat in and had some fish and chips. Grafton street was full of people and various street performers. It's still funny seeing many of the same stores we are used to on Robson street. We ended up at ...
The Dublin adventure begins....
Ok so I left off as I was sitting in the airport getting ready to fly to Dublin. I ended up going through security around 4PM but first I needed to check in my giant suitcase. I had already sent a box to my Grandad with 8kg in it so I thought I would be close but under. I even took out some things when I was at the hotel. I had to get the case to 20 kg or under. I had already paid extra for the big case so I wasn't about to pay even more. I ...
... York do. They sit in a circle-sometimes
up to 8 of them, playing accordions, concertinas, banjos, mandolins, harmonicas
and whistles, and play for each other. They don't care about having an
audience, which mostly consist of locals they all know anyway. It's a very
small town. Not many tourists come here and in fact, some of them were
surprised we actually traveled there just to hear their music. They don't think
the outside world is that interested. Just like ...