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... into Edinburgh, but the free wifi in the airport kept us entertained! Despite the bad weather our flight was very smooth, and the landing was one of the better ones we've had this trip. Unfortunately the weather hadn't changed much when we got to Dublin and we arrived in the rain. After catching the bus into the city, and making a few wrong turns we were a little wet by the time we got to our hotel! We decided to have a fairly quiet afternoon as the rain ...
... couldn't be a part of my life forever. What a magical, charming place. I can see why they came up with the idea of leprechauns and believe in fairies.
It was really nice meeting you. I love traveling alone, and part of the reason for that is it becomes much easier to meet fellow travelers along the way. You and Susan provided texture to my Kylemore trip, giving me a richer experience and memory. Thank you.
Good luck as you move toward a life as a PT. You have ...
... and parties. We wondered if it might be a good venue for weddings, but perhaps the bars over the windows prevent people choosing it for that sort of thing! Our next stop via the Hop On Hop Off bus was Christ Church Cathedral. The church was founded circa 1030 and is the oldest cathedral in Dublin. No matter the religion to which you ascribe, the stained glass windows are truly beautiful. It was founded by the Hiberno-Norse (part of Dublin's ...
... for the bus, we opted for a taxi to take us to our next stop, the Kilkenny Shop. We wanted to get a few gifts to take home, and it is one of the biggest for Irish-made products. With the shopping complete, we walked back through St. Stephen's Green one last time to the hotel.
For dinner, we went to the Brazen Head ...
... br> have several hours free so that is when I get my studying and reading done, up
on the pool deck in the sun with friends I find or in the Garden Lounge with
Madeline once it has cleared out. Every afternoon at 2 pm, I sit with Madeline
while she works on her journal and I read or write papers. Sometimes, the other
Madeline joins us. They call each other their other half. History of Musical Theater
is at 3:20 pm and we usually have an open notebook quiz on the reading, ...