Clontarf Court Hotel
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... out and experience the Dublin night life. Some of Shannah's work friends from home were there celebrating a wedding, so we met up with them at the bars - it was a big BBP reunion!
We didn't stay out too late due to having to be up early the next morning. The school is so strict though, that we needed to pretend to be residents in her building to get in. Luckily it went smoothly and we were sound asleep shortly after, excited to head to our last stop, London!
... building has been completed renovated into 6 floors of education and fun. There's a huge round glass top and light filters thru every floor. They kept the steel beams/girders and added glass and steel railings. It was just a very cool space to be in. One of the best museums: video displays instead of plaques to read, huge water fall in the middle of the building to emphasize the importance of the ...
Today was an interesting day.
There are 3 main points to my day today. I am going to start with the one that I find least amusing and finish with a bang.
Have you ever had a moment in your life where you begin looking for something and try to find the best value, and after a while whether it be hours, days, months or years you just get to the point where you actually don't care how much it costs you just need it.
I had ...
... worth the time. We were joined in the taxi and at the dinner table by an American father and son celebrating his high school graduation (I forgot where they are from) and two women from British Columbia, one of whom is a travel agent. Also at the table was a couple from Bulgaria who seemed delighted to know that we have visited Bulgaria before. The show lasted until 10:30 and we were back at the hotel by 11:00.
... of sunshine they have had for weeks. She was headed to the shops, but stayed with us a bit to be sure we found the George Square. We love the squares, and picked up lunch from our favorite place and relaxed In the park.
Stopped in at the National Museum of Contemporary Art, found the shopping square, entertainment. Loved the walk by the Clyde River, crossed over the historic bridges, found a church, some lovely old buildings, then time for a beer in the ...