Finnstown Country House Hotel
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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I am feeling a little better this morning although only ate a poached egg with toast. We had this great waitress, Michelle, who adopted us and couldn't do enough for us. Left the hotel at 9:30 AM to go to the National Stud Farm. It is run by the country as a National Park. We were given a tour of the farm where we saw a lot of horses that were …
... lol. I'm in a lot of pain now and don't feel like eating, so we have something small and head to a chemist for some Nurofen. Decide it's probably time to see a doctor, so after getting a doctors name from the front desk we head up for a restless nights sleep. We end up sleeping later than we wanted, while I head off to the doctors Steve takes the car back to Europcar. We were going to meet back at the hotel, seeing a doctor took longer than ...
Finals. Finals. Finals.
No one ever feels prepared enough for final exams. You tell yourself that you should have tried a little harder, started studying earlier, and paid attention for the entire class. This is brought to a new level this semester where classes were spent day dreaming about my next adventure, Irish culture class was replaced by sleeping in, and homework was non existent.
The lack of effort that I had ...
... Infants, Senior Infants, and classes 1-6... all together, it's A LOT of people in this school! I would have my first week in the Junior Infants class, with Ms. Dooley. She's a young teacher, who has been teaching for 5 years. Also, I learned that Junior Infants and Senior Infants is not exactly like preschool and PreK. Junior Infants is the first required year of schooling for Irish children, (so it's taught much like kindergarten, which they don't have here) and ...
... have been. Only a couple of things have actually been reopened and it is now almost three years after the games. I am still uncertain about the future of this area because it is turning a historically poor area into one that is very costly. After dinner Mackenzie and I went to the grocery store down the street and got lunch for the rest of the week for just under seven pounds. So we were able to get a cheap healthy lunch for the ...