Kingsview Guest House
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... that live in the houses surrounding the parks etc. These cities are so old and it really shows when hearing about the changes that have been made and the differences from here to home. So much more to learn over the next few days as we do a ghost tour and possibly another dungeon tour.We had a look at Jenna's where there is a huge real Christmas tree that comes up through the middle of the store, it is stunning! It really feels and looks like Christmas here, ...
... at my behest and will be joining me at the meeting. I am very excited to be producing this piece as I love working on new shows. It is ensemble based and would allow me to feature the entire group.
Ok, I am back to doing my laundry now. I do have one small consolation, I picked up fresh eggs and some yummy bacon at the Farmer's market. I intend on having some today, before Steve and Mickey wipe it all out!
I should add one of the funniest ...
... stayed loyal to his master for years even after his master's death. We ended this day at Mussels Inn with a wonderful dinner of mussels and wine.
Today is Sunday and its so quiet in our neighborhood. It rained last night and the streets are damp and sky is cloudy. No one is on the streets and I can only hear an occasional car or siren in the distance. We'll go out for a walk later to enjoy the cool weather.
... day. Once to get more information from the Tourist Information Centre
across the road from the hotel, and later for some dinner. Minestrone Soup at
another Italian Restaurant, Martone, but I resisted the ice cream that they are
been trying to work out where to go next, before I meet up with Anne (from
Camino walk last year) in the Lake District on the 28th May. Have
been looking at different alternatives, north and south, but ...
... 100 days, crazy!)
I got to Dublin not long before hostel check in, so I hung around in my hostel. This was a spunky hostel. Awesome bar, cafe, high speed wifi, great kitchen, everything a traveler could want. It was also at least a 10 minute walk from anything worth going to. So that was a bit of a bummer, but nothing wrong with a bit of exercise, especially if you are swilling fine Irish cider! Quite a few of the days in that first week involved me sleeping a ...