Tavistock Guest House
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... having a party and heard a crash. When the servants didn't return, the host went to check on them. The kitchen had fallen into the ocean. We continued on the Coastal Causeway Route. Since it was a clear day, we could see Scotland, only 14 miles away. Passes thru Bushmills - famous for its whiskey. Passed by Balleycastle Golf Course. Passed through glens /valleys created by glaciers. Houses were covered by stucco like material called pebbledash. Arrived at Giant,s Causeway where ...
... meats and very little flavor across the board. Now, I clearly must acknowledge we ate at a lot of nice restaurants but those really didn't differentiate much from the random local pubs in delivering great food and flavor. Fish and chips was the natural go-to at the start of the trip, and then we delved into some delicious salmon, both smoked and broiled, as well as the standard bacon and cabbage and lamb. All meals do indeed come with a healthy portion of potatoes. They ...
... day. I went to bed again with only me and the Italian family.
I slept better Saturday night (I think that was the drink) but the Italians were up early and I needed to go to the bathrooms at 5:50AM so I just got up and moved all my stuff out of the room. I took a shower in the public shower across from my room before storing it all in a locker down stairs. I had to change rooms for some reason so since I was going to be out for the day I decided to store all my stuff in ...
... the final distilling and bottling. Once again the tour finished with us sampling the final product, which was very nice and very smooth compared to Scotch & American whiskey. We then continued on our tour as we had just end missed the bus we caught a tram back into the city and as we weren't due to sail from Dublin until 9.0pm and by this time it was now 6.0pm we decided to have something to eat, so Beth & Peter took ...
... 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, ...