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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... so we ran into the first store we saw because I really felt bad at this point. Turns out to be like a suuuuuuper crazy mix of a target, and a kohls or something! Crazy huge store with what looked like a Macy's inside of a grocery store. When we post the pictures you'll see. Luckily Chris found a really nice lady to recommend something for me to take, and we were on our way because it was really dark at this point and raining. An hour ...
So I have arrived and the first man I see... well to be honest is the man in Dublin Immigration but after that is my wonderful boyfriend Patrick. He is grinning from ear to ear and I soon found my self doing the same thing. After the excitement of no longer having an ocean between us we hopped into his little silver car and made the two an half hour drive down to ...
Something about you can check out, but never leave! We are still in Cork as we are are delayed by 4 hours (at the moment). Unfortunately there is not much we can talk about today. It was the Killarney Races Ladies day yesterday and our landlady imbibed until half past midnight she told us. She was, however, up making breakfast, but a little worse for wear! We drove the ...
... when we walk out of the theater so we head home.
Elizabeth cooks potato and leek soup for dinner. She listens to her itunes radio channel on Mumford and Sons and gazes out the kitchen window, cutting vegetables. She can see cows meandering into the pasture behind the house. They take up residence mowing the lawn as she finishes the soup. We eat out on the patio, with the sun shining down on us. It's a beautiful evening.
... I had the GPS on my phone turned on (thanks for reminder Kathy). Road works scuppered this brilliant plan and we went round in a circle before making our escape. Still, we came across a petrol station so it wasn't all bad.
Our first stop on the way was the Drombeg Stone Circle. This is a Neolithic circle of rocks in a paddock dated to 1100-800 BC. It was down a narrow little lane and we were lucky that nowhere ...