Clontarf Court Hotel
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... of each separate being begins to merge into one, to lose its uniqueness, to hold less value, no longer a stand alone but a collective, easily bunched together and as easily forgotten.
How can we let this happen? Do we not wish to see life in technicolour forever, vibrant, luminous, glowing, as if from the very soul? No one chooses to live in black and white. After you've tasted the sheer opulence of colour there can be no turning back.
... mussels & fillet of sole with capers.
Returned to our hotel & the bar was hopping, so decided to join the group. Had a cosmopolitan and in Dublin it comes with a shot of whiskey, it was delicious. Then a lady demanded that we try the bartender's signature raspberry cocktail made with real whipped cream, way too sinful! At midnight we left the bar with "happy birthdays" being chanted.
Tomorrow's destination? We have absolutely no idea!
... accent and I don't regret my decision to go here at all. Hugh thanks to Bronnie for having me around and once again I'm (cheeky as it sounds) blessed with having so amazing friends among the world. Can't wait to see them all again. I've been laughing most of the time but thanks to the beer I haven't got the abs I expected. So by saying that I'm gonna eat my salad for lunch so I can have a beer (seriously only ONE) tonight! I'll post some photos on Facebook ...
... on display, (for all you Steelers fans-Andy). We linger over lunch and then amble over to Powerscourt Centre, a former Georgian mansion turned shopping center. Genny wants to see this hat shop. David finds a nice grey wool hat; wearing it he looks like an older Irish gentleman. It's now past 2pm, and we walk back over to the Archaeology museum.
It's amazing! We're so glad we were able to see it, especially since the National Museum of Scotland ...
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Goodbye to Frankfurt, and hello Dublin.
We were reminded, when we boarded our plane, that irritating as it is, the reason they generally load a plane by seat rows is to speed things up. This was a smaller plane for a 1hr 30min flight - no entertainment - and we just piled on when we wanted to - ...