Hotel St. George
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Note to self: check school holiday dates before booking future flights. Yesterday was the end of term, so not only was every flight 100% full but included children of all ages. Still, behaviour was very acceptable and I manage something like five hours of sleep on the long thirteen hour flight between Singapore and London.
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A new city to explore but instead I am consumed by our missing cases. Day Two in the same clothes, including flying and sleeping. Unchargeable camera. Minimal toiletries. Calculating whether my hand luggage stash of prescription drugs will last until Manchester. Dreading the prospect of having to shop for replacement bathers and deal with insurance …
... the most beautiful place I have ever seen in my life. After the cliffs, we stopped at the Burren to see the beautiful limestone landscape and we also stopped at many Irish castles and the old Corcomroe Abbey on the way back. The countryside was so gorgeous and green and the weather held out the entire day! Definitely my favorite day in Ireland hands down! I would love to make the trip to Ireland in the future and see all of these amazing things ...
... round-about (an 18-wheeler in the scramble is a real mind-blower), is scrambling to get to the proper lane to hit his exit. The hook is picking the right lane to ENTER the round-about from. If you are going to exit ;three or exit four, you need to enter the scramble from the inside or right lane; the man in the far left entry lane is going for either an immediate left turn exiting the round-about or no later than the second exit. The man in the middle entry lane is ...
We got a late start this morning. After a lazy morning we walked down to Trinity College where we caught the Hop On Hop Off bus and headed to the Guiness Storehouse. It is a museum inside a multi-storied glass atrium on the site of the old fermintation plant. You do not get to tour the working brewery.
In about 1759 Arthur Guiness signed a 9000 year lease for 45 pounds a year -- a good deal. The lease is on display. Arthur Guiness ...