Bewley's Hotel Leopardstown
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... used for hosting official State visits as well as more informal foreign affairs engagements, State banquets, and Government policy launches. The tour began outside, progressed underground to the archeological digs back in 1960s - 1980s where the moat and remains of the powder tower were discovered. Hundreds of yrs ago some part of the castle caught fire (as they all seemed to back then) and to prevent it reaching the powder tower they blew a hole in ...
... yuks from all in attendance. I direct your attention to the small covered grate the woman is standing in front of. That is the toilet. The tour guide said it may once have been covered with a wooden seat. That recessed alcove the grate is set into is known as the "garderobe," what we might call the latrine or toilet stall. All the waste, No. 1 and No. 2, went down that chute to a collection container on the ground, three stories below. Above the woman's ...
... She was lining up to get a photo at one point and I made sure just to languish a fraction of a second longer in front as I was going past! It wasn't obvious, but I knew it would irk her. Proudly, Daniel got in on it too, and when she was trying to push her way down the stairs (annoying everybody) at the conclusion of the tour, he took his time to make it down. It was completely subtle, but she was so rude she actually rammed an elbow into his rib from behind. No excuse me ...
Tommy,our Dublin guide, took all 28 of us on a long walk through the heart of Dublin bright and early this morning. talking about everything from Viking raids to the British occupation troubles. Visited Trinity College (very old). Their main claim to fame, (besides their longevity), is the Book of Kells. From what I understand, these are beautifully illustrated manuscripts of the four gospels, that ...
... As we wait for our bags
there is a small contingent of us who remain waiting for quite some time after
the rest. We wait and we wait and still no bags. After half an hour we would
have been getting worried if we were the only ones left but finally someone has
the wits to look at other dropping points. We found the bags on another
conveyor belt for some reason and I thank that little kid for being too
impatient to hang around.