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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... I sat there for quite a while. I wanted to go up on a little hill to look out, but there was a family there and I always get nervous intruding on a family. (Yep, even after a year of random hi's and friend, i still don't know what to do when I get to a family).
Eventually, I was wanting to see the view from there so much that I just didn't care anymore. So I went up there, and met the nicest German family!
We got ...
... 8217;s one for the record books! About an hour after Del had just settled in to the hotel – about her second cup of warm tea – Steve appeared (somewhat bedraggled) from the golf course, moaning about the terrible conditions! HE HAD ACTUALLY LEFT THE COURSE AFTER THE SIXTH HOLE. (This is not a typing error!)
After a yummy lunch in the pub though, Steve had second thoughts and ‘just wanted to drive back to the golf course’ to see if he could finish ...
... br> When I toured the inside of the Cathedral if of course can not compete with the likes of Notre Dame de Paris (I have pictures of that visit in my Africa blog) but is was quite impressive. The windows were beautiful. After touring the inside I wandered about again I discovered a park to the west of the Cathedral that had excellent views. Before I wandered any further into the neighborhoods I decided it was time to do ...
... to make sure they went to McDermott’s for multiple meals. The staff was nice and the facility was clean, not to mention that the food was awesome. We stayed there to listen to some live music and then went back to our hostel and played UNO as a drinking game with this awful wine. If made you shudder when you drank it. We just hung out in the room for the rest of the night. The next day we would make our journey to Galway. ...
... As we went to take a picture a gentleman on a bike stopped beside us and asked if we knew the name of the bridge. We replied we did not. He then proceeded to point out all the sites of Dublin surrounding us and giving us a history lesson on Dublin. Had we gotten the right station from the beginning we would not have had this encounter. He told us about the bridges, the sites to see, the parks, the financial situation ...