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... door to the theatre, to my seat in the front row balcony and watched Brendan Gleeson. Live. J crazy. The show, the Walworth Farce, was hysterical, and ultimately very moving and disturbing, such a complicated show, it demanded soo much of the actors, and gleeson’s 2 very incredibly talented sons. The subject was moving for me, and well, no need to explain, but I was meant to turn that corner and see the theatre and I was meant to get the very last ticket, it was all perfect. ...
... the city to reach the train, but once the doors close behind us so does the city. 10 minutes brings us to a world of rolling green grass and a beautiful coastline. It brings me to the "real" Ireland I have so often been dreaming about.
We got off the train and started to explore. As we walked towards the water and decided to venture down to the rocks by the shore, I was taken back to the rocky walk that Dad and I had on the Aran Islands. The waves were crashing over and ...
... The stadium was huge and had such an enticing story of having many owners, being rebuilt, the rights of the area, and the history of the war and players. What I really enjoyed, besides the beautiful architecture, was what we learned about athletes in Europe. The Gaelic athletes do not get paid, despite all the sacrifices they make, and after the games, win or lose, both teams sit down together to eat. The environment here is ...
... just being a good salesperson, but I think it was the former! We took the pamphlets and decided to discuss it at lunchtime, before any possible booking later that afternoon. We continued on our way through Dublin, and into the grounds of Trinity College. It's pretty old and historic or something! Apparently some of Harry Potter was filmed in its old library too. But I dunno, if I was a student there it's fair to say I'd be pretty ****** off if the line to get into ...
... for photos and Kev lapped up the drinks and finger food on offer for an hour or two before the official reception commenced. The photographer was in his element and even had a photo where the groom and groomsmen jumped over the top of the bride and bridesmaids. The groomsmen weren't that confident pre jump but thankfully for everyone involved they made the jump without any incident. While Erin was outside Kev had the job of checking into the hotel room because the ...
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