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... parking and we pulled into a tiny nearby street parking lot. The attendent (Russian/Italian??) directed us across the road into a undercover carpark for overnight parking. This carpark was definitely made for smaller cars and it took several goes to squeeze Eddie into bay. Everyone seemed exhausted after the tension of the exercise.
The Jurys Inn rooms are really nice which is lucky as we will be here for three nights. Jessamy gladly discovered that the ...
This afternoon after Phil and Weezy took their naps we went out to St. Patrick's cathedral for the Evensong service. I saw it listed on the Internet. All the music was done by a male choir. Mostly chants and plainsong.. Simply amazing. The atmosphere was perfect. I confess I had to work hard not to sit and cry through the entire thing. It's obvious the Anglicans and Methodists are closely related, except Anglicans like to stand for longer ...
... amp; another round of drinks, ah, this was going to be a good trip!
Next we went to the Porterhouse pub, but they just stopped serving food. So we grabbed a couple slices of pizza from the pizza place across the street & bought a bottle of wine from our hotel's bar. Had a fabulous carpet picnic while wearing our "Delta Sky Team" t-shirts that were in our amenity packs. Tomorrow was going to be a good day!
Today we (Kathleen, Ed, Gertie, Bryan and I) fly to Dublin. Bryan and I drove to Ed and Gertie's for pizza and then headed to the airport to meet Kathleen for our 8:00 pm check-in. We flew Air Canada Rouge, leaving Toronto at 11:15 pm, we arrived in Dublin 5:30 am our time, 10:30 am local time. We wandered a bit to find our driver and finally had to call but he arrived, loaded our bags and ourselves into the van for the trip to the Arlington Hotel, ...
... and we had limited time there so we just enjoyed the view from the top. It was then onto Edinburgh for our final group goodbyes and I boarded another bus back to Glasgow to return to the wonderful home of the McGuires, even though they themselves had left to holiday in France I was delighted to be able to go back to their house and relax. The next day and half was spent doing nothing but catching up on sleep, washing and planning my next week and half. ...