Crowne Plaza Dublin - Blanchardstown
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... Also there is a focus on being extra cautious on the mental aspect of an athlete after an injury. This is something we know at home to do, but I have never heard someone directly talk about it and give ways to approach this sensitive subject properly. We also got to watch the SmartStep program to help older patients be more active, and we learned about peripheral artery disease. After the lectures we did a hop on hop off bus tour of Dublin. ...
... Lithuanian or Latvian (they don't smile, or have a lot of, if any, personality,) except for the cashier in duty free who told me he is English, well he says, "I was born in Belfast"! It's a busy strait of water - the Irish Sea. 2hr crossing, moved a bit but no sickies that we saw, be about half full. Holyhead, by the time we unloaded and collected bags - showed passports!, it was 11am and Graeme (my cousin) was there to meet us. It ...
So now back on foot and we walked into Dublin City and took in some of the sights. Our favourite hop on hop off bus was there so on we got. Had front row seats on the double decker bus so sat for the whole tour. Saw plenty of the Dublin sights. In fact we even saw the massive protest in the nain street tonight for abortion rights. It seems to be the news headines here in Ireland at the moment, not ...
... would be her first (legal) drink. We stopped at the Blarney Inn on Nassau Street near Trinity College. Here, we had a late lunch and some drinks to officially commemorate our visit to Ireland. My mom, uncle, and cousin had Guinness, while I had a Smithwicks, as I don’t care much for Guinness. Sandy had a whiskey & ginger ale. For food, Sandy and I both had some traditional Irish food - Shepherd's Pie and Sandy got a bowl of ...
... Molly, Sarah, Jenna, and I did some more shopping and went out for lunch. We were on Grafton Street again and found a nice restaurant, Gotham City, to eat at. As we looked at the Menu Molly joked and said that Mr. Schulte was going to be inside and he surely was! We ate our lunch and planned on getting ice cream after but then the waitress came out to our table with cake that has a candle in it and were singing happy birthday to Molly. We thought ...