Abrae Court Guesthouse
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... but we came on back to the room so we could all SHOWER!!!!
As I'm sitting here writing this Phil mentioned he rubbed Molly Malone's boobs. I missed him doing that, thank God. I would have died. Weezy assures me that he's telling the truth; she saw him do it. I can't take the boy anywhere.
I've looked at the forecast for tomorrow and it is supposed to clear up. I'm keeping my fingers crossed. I'm tired of the rain ...
... neighborhood, not the other way around), we texted the kids so we could wave to them on the Dublin Pub Cam webcam. So touristy! Kristen saw us and I believe she got a screenshot!
We walked around the town a bit, stopping in the park at Merrion Square. Unfortunately it started to rain and somehow we were caught unprepared. We ducked into the porch of the Royal Physicians College of Ireland to wait it out. We found a store where ...
... a part of the rebellion against the English, he was brought there on a stretcher, and propped up in a chair and executed using a firing squad.
After the tour, we started to head back towards the Cathedral, to make it in time for the choir practice. We ended up jumping on a double-decker bus. We were there early, so we sat out in the park right next to the Cathedral, and chatted, and relaxed while we waited.
Today we got up early and John and Gaye fed us a quick breakfast and drove us to the airport. I thought our plane left at 8:25 and were surprised when they started boarding us. That's when we found out that the plane actually was leaving at 8:05. Everything was fine but I would have definitely had us leave their house a little bit earlier had I known. The flight to Dublin was very smooth and took less than ...
... where we split a pizza and some potato leak soup which was to die for. After hanging out for a bit we turned in.
Today was the day! It was Saint Patrick 's Day in Dublin. We slept in a little and took our time getting ready, knowing that the streets of Dublin are quiet before about noon. The parade was a noon so we knew we had to be there a couple of hours before that to get a decent spot to watch it. We put on our ...