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... do the heritage walking tour for 2 hours all over, get really situate myself with the georgraphy, I’m so far hopeless with the 2 brief night journeys Ive done, but a good day tour with the sun out would be real useful! Sigh, yawwwn, well, gnight!
Flying V birds, the 130 bus “that’s MY bus!”, lecture with Paul on acupuncture, hw, slept in and did all my stretches and some exercises –felt grand! Starting 10-11am; snow ontop ...
... peaked my interest and I feel a little shafted that I've never stayed in a building dedicated for strictly broadcasters. I also found it interesting that they now use that building for the cloud, sports networks, and our still looking to expand. The one big thing I took away from today is too live in London, you better have some deep ...
... home. After we got back a couple of friends and I ended up going to the old Jameson distillery. We went on the tour, did some tasting, and just had fun. Because I was busy playing, I unfortunately did not get many pictures to share. Today was a free day for me as I decided to not go on the tour. So I started my day by sleeping a little. After that I went shopping with some friends. I bought presents for my family, and a jersey for myself. I also bought some other ...
This morning we headed to Dublin City University where we had a presentation from a local sports medicine physician. His lecture was very informative and interesting. He talked to us about consultation skills as well as giving us a mini tour of the DCU Heartsmart Community Excercise program. After we left DCU, we went straight to the first bus stop where our double decker bus picked us up. ...
... had a helicopter circling us. Bused then walked to the Brazen Head Pub, how unique is this! Reputed to be Ireland's oldest pub, the arched entry to the courtyard where centuries ago the stagecoaches would have drawn up, we sit there now, under the heaters over the tables. Great atmosphere again. Had booked for Saturday nights Stories, fairies and Folklore dinner at the Brazen Head but asked if we could do it while there. Ok. Was a fabulous evenings entertainment, dinner was good ...