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 …
... to help show exactly how the famous beer is brewed. On the fourth floor we got taught the art of 'pouring the perfect pint' and then got to try it ourselves. Thankfully none of us messed it up and we all got certified! My birthday dinner was at The Porterhouse which is a famous 4-story bar/restaurant..i got a greek salad, onion rings, and me and taylor shared buffalo wings..yes it was the best dinner ever. My birthday ...
... with Dublin Castle and went on a tour of the royal apartments. Then we hopped back on the bus and did headed to the Guinness Storehouse. We took a tour of this and learned about Guinness. By the time we were done with that the last bus had stopped so we had to walk back to our hotel. Tonight we walked to dinner at a pub that had good ...
... I laughed at every single one. The highlight for Finn was when passing the Hospital Finn was born in Anto declared that all the handsome babbies (not a typo, Irish speak) were born there. Caleb loved that we got to wear Viking hats and roar at all the Celts/People on the street, if someone was walking along drinking coffee we were instructed to roar in an effort to make them spill their coffee. Caleb enjoyed it so much he instigated a couple ...