Crowne Plaza Dublin - Blanchardstown
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... important in Dublin Theatre Circles...but were, in fact, tourists just passing by...they got quite a chuckle and called us gatecrashers. When I told them I wasn't a fan of wine, really...they told me "ahhh, but free wine tastes so much different than wine". Ain't THAT the truth!! We enjoyed a nice long chat with these women and were later joined by a fellow who also works with them. One was the producer of a theatre production, one was the ...
... turns out he starred on an Irish show from the 90s that I grew up watching with my family on PBS, soo I immediately texted my dad and its just insane, ha. so crazy.
So I sat in on some treatments this week, two that stuck out was on in which the patient was from Oughterard, Galway so we spoke about that and how I could see it in my mind since I've been there so much lately! And the physio did dry needling oon him, on his infraspinatus muscle which is on ...
... teams then played a game. It started out rough as we kept trying to throw the ball (which isn't allowed) but we got better. I scored the first points and got another point later in the match. Scoring is a mix between soccer and football. There is a net like a soccer net and attached to the cross bar there are 2 uprights like in football. A goal is worth three points and a ball between the uprights is worth a point. I had a ton of fun playing this game. This game was ...
... washed before the next leg of my journey (hopefully the last time I'll need to do laundry) I found a laundrette down the road from the hotel and then went for a wander. Truthfully I was looking for a nice bar to spend the afternoon in but I stumbled across the Leprechaun Museum. Now to the best of my knowledge leprechaun's are mythological creatures, so I couldn't help but wonder what artefacts were in the museum. At the very least ...
... history is that when the Guinness family commenced their business they leased the land from the government for a few hundred pounds a year, for the next 9,000 years. The original lease document is on display under the glass floor when you first enter the storehouse. The storehouse building is in the shape of a pint glass - only it is seven stories high. The tour is an interactive self paced tour, with very detailed information about each step of the process of making ...