Marlin Apartments Queen Street
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... of the original Globe where the concentric stones still remain. Magic hour light illuminated the Millenium Bridge and the faded, robin-egg-blue dome of St. Paul's Cathedral. Although we would have loved another day in London to soak up England's deep history--so much longer and more storied than our country's young life--we felt satisfied seeing what we were able to see given our limited time.
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... things. There were two other interns showing up for their first day as well and we three were getting the tour and details about the AIRE Centre as a small group. Jennifer and Alina from University of Michigan Law School soon arrived and our initiation began.
We were introduced to some of the basics about how the office was run, its quirks and various duties that specific interns were in charge of. Someone in charge of outgoing mail, another in charge of incoming mail ...
... pleased with excellent seats and had an amazing view of the full stage. We loved the show with a good story line and amazing dancing. Tuesday we woke to a fine day with no rain, at least first thing. We had planned to spend the day with my father's cousin, Kath and her husband, so that I could share my family tree research and ensure I was on the right track with my father's English family. The train trip to Upminster only required ...
... of it and enjoyed the Irish mountains which surrounded us in the Glendalough valley. We saw a 6th century monastery and round tower, as well as sights made famous from the movie P.S. I Love You with Gerard Butler and Hilary Swank. In the medieval capital of Ireland, Kilkenny there were cathedrals and a huge castle to see. There was also the Smithwick's/Kilkenny brewery, so we of course had a pint of Kilkenny in the city.
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... is nearby as well, which serves as an excellent place for those that want to explore Wealden countryside, as well as enjoying watersports, cycling and walking. You can enjoy all of the old school village traits as well, the butcher, the baker, the candlestick maker!
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