Travelodge Phoenix Park
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- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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Hello!! Hope life has been amazing for you all! I just wanted to take this little post to show some pics I have from the school. It's hard to take pictures because I don't want to get any of the kids in the pictures, and with a busy school of over 900 kids it's a bit of a challenge haha! And I know I keep bringing up all the silly little differences, but I don't want you to think that Ireland is nothing like home. It's actually so much ...
Sorry my last post was soooo soooo long! It probably was pretty overwhelming to see at first but I hope you found it at least a little bit interesting. :) That first day was pretty overwhelming too, but in a good way! There were a lot of differences that I was noticing about this school and schools in the U.S. but there were also a lot of similarities too. I guess kids will be kids no matter where you go!
This is a first day back to school for the books. So get ready... this post is going to be a long one!
Saint Brigid's is literally less than a 5 minutes walk for me from Linda's house to the front gate. School starts at "ten to 9" in morning, and that's definitely later than Centre Hall. If you know me, then you know that I'm not a very good morning person, so this later start time was perfect for me! I got to sleep in a little, actually eat a full breakfast, and the ...
Well, much to your and my relief, I survived the plane ride over! We flew out of Virginia/Washington, D.C. and up the whole east coast and then into the entire stretch of coast in Canada before crossing the Atlantic Ocean! The flight itself actually really wasn't too bad at all either. I was sitting next to the aisle, and lucky for me there wasn't anybody sitting in the middle seat! It's a small victory not being crammed in next to a stranger for the ...
... to catch a mandatory stop: The Cliffs of Moher. The Cliffs aren't even describable and the pictures don't even come close to capturing it. It was the windiest place I've ever been. Ever. Ever. We had to lean forward to walk and stop a few times and just anchor to the path. It was crazy. Matt finally broke down and bought a hardy Irish wool scarf. He loves it. The O'Brien tower is also part of the cliffs, which we climbed ...