Castleknock Hotel & Country Club
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- Swimming pool
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... I talk to the kids gets me some funny looks... In my first class (basically 1st grade), I kept saying "you need to erase that," "clean up your table," or "put a period at the end of you sentence." Well, the kids didn't get what I was telling them to do... One girl finally broke the news to me by asking, "What does <i>erase</i> mean?" I would have never known that that word isn't in their vocabulary! Since they call ...
... Aghaidh - face
Ceann - head
Ardaigh do lámh - raise your hand
Bosca - bin/box
An Grupa Gorm (gor-um) - Blue Group
An Grupa Glas - Green Group
An Grupa Dearg (dare-ug) - Red Group
An Grupa Bui (bwee) - Yellow Group
... practice) with the other class. These older students weren't as nervous around me; they thought it was the coolest thing that I was from America, and kept me so many questions!
"Where are you from?"
"Do you know what U.S.A. stands for? It stands for United States of America!" (Just in case I had forgotten :))
"Do you know Nickleodeon? The show is filmed in Hollywood, I know!"
But I found myself asking ...
Waking up to order Tottenham tickets was the start of the day. Then a quick breakfast and a trip to the Na Fianna Gaelic Club. One of the largest GAA clubs in Ireland, Na Fianna is home to nearly 3000 members. The club hosts Gaelic Football, hurling, handball and other Gaelic games. Today we got to try our hands at GAA games. First we started with handball. Handball takes ...
... the Liffey River. Great eggs Benedict with smoked salmon, steak and eggs, and bread and butter pudding with whiskey sauce! The bookshop downstairs was a great nook for poking about. We then did some last minute shopping and called it a day. The handy public bus system dropped us at our hotel and we are turning in early because of a 5 o'clock wakeup call for an early flight tomorrow. Sweet dreams of Ireland, here we come. ...