Ballykealey Manor Hotel
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... 4 Christian faiths; an act of reconciliation and tolerance well in advance of sentiment at the time. There are weddings conducted here, but there is a catch. Both the Bride and the Groom must have studied there, and the wedding must take place within 5 years of the students commencing studies at the college. The history of the place exceeds time scales we are familiar with in Australia. The college was founded in 1592! An interesting ...
... over to Temple bar area. Streets full of bars etc and made us feel a little old but certainly very Irish feel to the area and can see it would be a lot of fun. Oh btw there are rainstorms very so often and then the sun comes out. So weird!!! We then decided to have an early dinner at least do us on this trip at 6pm. Went to a great Thai restaurant. Then back to our hotel for some R and R. Tomorrow we will walk the streets and explore Dublin some ...
With a layover in Atlanta, we thought it wouldnt be too bad at only 2 hours.. Three hours and a free movie (The Imitation Game, very good) after the scheduled take off time, our plane was starting to feel like it was never going to leave, until the captain said that the anti-skid system was again functioning properly (we hopefully wouldnt be skidding anyways..). We got into Dublin at around noon the following day, meaning it was a very long day after only 3 poor hours of sleep ...
... I decided i could "power flush" the toilet. Permemently broke it. No toilet for 2 more night. With fresh urin in the bowl! makes a nice a stinky bathroom. And then i tore down the shower curtine. Think i perrmemently broke that too. Not good acomidations.
i saw where Obama lamded and where he stayed, same with the queen.
Trinity Collage - Sorry Dad - incredible, i want to study nursing there. i am inlove. dream school. ...
... in Dublin that has bars and restaurants, and that was so incredibly busy it took us about half an hour to walk 15 metres. We got tired of that pretty quickly, and headed back out to the main streets and stopped at a few pubs along the way.
Although it was certainly an experience, we went back to our hotel pretty early, as everyone on the streets was waaaaaaay more drunk than we were, and we realised we would never catch up!