Notting Hill Guest House
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... from rock to classical. I feel that I have music in my blood
and as such I had a wonderful time in Dublin enjoying the ‘craic’.
I had decided to visit Dublin after Christmas
in March as I was told that the cost of travel was the lowest at most places
during this time. I am glad I did so because I could attend the Festival of St.
Patrick’s Day. I also had an affordable trip to Ireland because Ireland is
quite a small country ...
... the 1960's. There was one exhibit in particular he wanted to revisit, the Stephenson train "Rocket". The Museum is near Covent Garden so it was a nice walk to there from Charring Cross station through a brisk autumn morning. When we arrived there was a line out the front door which was moving very slowly. When we arrived at the ticket counter we discovered the delay was due to the ticket seller trying to sell membership to every customer. After ...
... I actually leave for my destination contributes to nearly half of the total fun of the holiday. Different types of anticipations regarding various aspects of the trip and the expectations of adventure couple with feelings of uncertainty about the place, its living conditions, the type of people that I may encounter and the experiences that I will face, conjure different day dreams and set my imagination ablaze. I simply love ...
... iPod Dock will come in very handy :) Looking at the map, I should be staying somewhere near Erie tonight. As a teenager who was watching kids TV in the early 90s, this pleases me ;), although it's the one in PA not IN. If I am doing well tiredness wise I could try to make more headway, but I'm going to be sensible and if I need to cut it shorter I will. It'll be worth the drive though to be ...
... After finishing what i wanted to see i headed back down the hill and went to the national maritime museum. This was free to get in, there were models of ships, history of the east India company, history of trade with India and china. Various displays of instruments. There was lots to see, i also had a look at the gift shop. I stayed looking around for 90 minutes, then left the museum and walked to the cutty sark DLR, which i caught to Canada waters. ...