Derby House Hotel
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... and is partly made out of the old stadium. Some of the parts from the old stadium were broken down and used throughout the new site. The pitch, or playing field as we say in America was so breath taking. From the amount of seating arranged throughout the facility, to the inside of the locker room I was impressed. My final day in Dublin, Ireland was a success and I look forward to our stay in ...
... have just the clothes on their back and no shoes. We can clutch to so many attachments. The image that I tried to keep at the forefront of my mind was from a Belgium priest I meet in Quebec City, be like an octopus, releasing one tentacle at a time and attach it to cross. Don't try to let go of everything at once or else you will swept away in the current. but as each tentacle attached to Christ it becomes ...
... Kay was a little tired after the long trip but was delighted when she was greeted so warmly by Anna and very quickly said that the long trip was worth it. Over the next few days Kay was very keen to keep up with us – "I might miss something" was the usual comment when we suggested that she stay home and have a rest!
After a couple of days we headed west to Galway to see Paddy, Noel and their three delightful children. Their property 15 ...
... part of town today". (he pointed to downtown) "Why is that", I ask. "Because it's gay pride in Dublin today," he continues to whisper (I'd swear he was putting his hand to his mouth to muffle his voice further). "Well, how about that," I said. "Then that's exactly where I want to go!" The city was a burst of color. I enjoyed walking to where the parade was starting and then followed ...
We had a fairly disorganised day. We decide to take the train to Cork, to give Terry some relief from driving. We misjudged the traffic, thinking peak hour would be over by 9am, which meant we had 16 seconds to catch the train. Which meant I had to run. What a sight - Terry hobbly running and me wobbly running.
The trip took over 2 hours, and the train was crowded and noisy, but in a friendly way. Many groups were playing cards and having a ...