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Well, organizing the trip is always the easy part for me.
The hard part is the packing!
Finish it off tommorow.
Evening flight, so plenty of time.
Looking fwd to it.
... and gave me an unmade room by mistake. There was a man giving the clerks a rather hard time even though he seemed NOT to have a reservation, he was insistent that he get a room. In addition, there was a trainee there, which also added to the confusion… The cleaning staff had inadvertently marked off my room as cleaned but it just hadn’t been done. I patiently explained the problem to the nice woman at the ...
... We were also allowed to take pictures in a "giants room". On the west coast (not sure where exactly) there is the "giants causeway" which was once part of a "bridge" that went from Scotland to Ireland, but because a giant stepped on it, it is no more but still has a stair-like look to it. Hmmm... I'll be having some dinner and drinks with some nice German ladies tonight! So I must head out. Until the next adventure....thanks for ...
... and friendly. One massive difference is the age of a lot of the roads and buildings, quite a lot older looking and very cool. We wandered up along the river, heading to the Pheonix Park, which is one of the biggest walled parks in Europe. To be honest, it was kind of disappointing. Lots of roads going through it, which made it not really feel like a park. On the way back we called in to the Old Jameson ...
... she straightened up her sweet little self and performed a poem that was just fantastic. It was something about "I'm not afeerd of anything....or the dark." She put so much attitude into it.
Then she sang a few bars of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah." Ah...I almost cried!
After saying goodbye to Maureen and Caionhe, we made a quick trip to O'Hare's Bakery to say goodbye to Catriona. Catriona was having her busiest day, the Saturday ...