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... going round and exiting a round-about is awaiting its place in the appropriate highway engineering curriculum.
Jimmy Schendle: Case in point to all of the above: “Loved York. Stayed in a B&B. Almost got us killed when turning right and only looked left which would be right in the U.S. but not in a left-hand drive country.”
Beth Roberts: Another Yorkster: Love York. Have friends there.
John Elphick: His message ...
... and see the tension between the Unionist and the Nationalist. We often see it as Protestants and Catholics, and it is to some degree in that the Unionist are primarily Protestant and the Nationalist are primarily Catholic. The Unionist are those that want Northern Ireland to stay a part of Great Britain. And the Nationalist are those that want to be independent and a part ...
... Later in the gift shop, which was packed, I overheard her cracking the absolute ***** at how busy it was! Worst thing was she was Australian! Speaking of the gift shop, my earlier thoughts about the Willy Wonka feel were complete by the visit to it! It had absolutely everything you could think of as a souvenir! Women's handbags, wallets, alarm clocks, tea bag holders, kitchen utensils, make-up mirrors, even expandable socks and t-shirts that you put in water so ...
... Belgium (who i gave my email too and am still waiting for an email).
It was nice to talk to some people around my age!
Sleep called it's name then and I wandered back to the hostel, one cider gently swaying my steps.
My alcohol consumption has dropped so much that I think I may get tipsy off a non-alcoholic drink soon. Which I suppose is good.
... to become my drink of choice for the next few months! I was loving them! And to eat, we made some sardine and salad sandwiches (sardines were on sale ok!) and then wandered around Temple Bar again before heading to bed. On day 2 of our Dublin adventure, we were going to walk around and check out a few of the landmarks. There's this great website called 'Plnnr' that I use when visiting capital cities. It's a great tool for putting together itineraries with things to do and I recommend ...