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As a foodie I have to say that if you believe that it's difficult to find good food in Ireland or UK it is a myth! Complete rubbish:-) Like anywhere else in Europe the food is great and in fact very diverse. I didn't do any special research to find restaurants it was all on the fly, and even in the smaller towns there was good food and many of my European favorites. It is true that there's lots of fish and chips (which we only ate once in two weeks) and hearty meals with ...
Ty and I got home after baseball at 1 am Tucson time.. Isaac is soon getting up and headed over to load 20 min away at 5 am Michigan time.. But there is a catch; gps on his end goes down, truck won't move in drive, no coffee, no food; dads not a happy camper...it is now apparent that mom shouldn't be either.. Lol,. From ...
... and anything else we need to be dapper (fashonable), but no court shoes (heels) we’ll leave those at home. Yes, this is all English...I think we are in for a treat and a great English lesson:-) After a few ales this could really be fun!
For September in Ireland and UK we can expect the temperature to be about 55-65 degrees with light pockets of rain everyday, so having a brolly and mac with you is essential. The ...
... to fly in and out of the same location or book a multi-city flight. This decision can impact the price of your flight by $200-$300, but if you have limited time it may be worth it. Given the time we had and what we wanted to see we opted to arrive in Dublin and depart from London at the end of our stay. One tip a friend gave us is to avoid London Heathrow for in-country flights if possible as it is a big airport and not worth the ...
... or individual bands of 6th, 7th and, 8th graders. I did not keep count but there must have been at least ten non-high school bands and they were all from Christian schools. There were so many children marching in bands it made me wonder if band membership was mandatory. It was also a great tribute to the schools that have a vibrant music program.
After a tour of the city and before the ...