Lansdowne Hotel Ballsbridge
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... you about Dublin city to entice you here, unless you really like pubs. For me, it is an old city, with some really unattractive buildings, but some really pretty ones too. There seems to be a story behind all of the old buildings which is great and it seems that the animosity between the north & south of Dublin is quite evident. The river Liffey separates them, but there is a lot of rivalry. By the ...
... I would not survive. It is the oceans and all other bodies of water that maintain my sanity, that bring me back to this moment, that wrap me in their warm waves as I dive in to be enveloped in their silky embrace. Water is my protector, my magic cloak, my saviour and my guide. I bow to you.
And yet I still wish to stand tall. I want to breathe, I want to provide, I want to shelter. For I am water, and I am a tree.
... we were ready to roar
Some Irish dancing we tried to learn
Carmels face was very stern
And full of concern
Bob thinks the bollards in Derry
Are just a bit to scary
Whilst walking down the street
He came to grief
It left him battered & bruised
He was not amused
And now he talks like a ...
... and the museum part of it, and I stayed a bit longer than they did.
But before they left I arranged for me to cook pasta for all of us. It was my last night in a hostel and I had far more pasta than I needed. Why not cook some Essen for the Germans? Well two of.
At 6 something we ate dinner and talked and then I went ...
... at the same time.
We have been having some nice meals and a few Guinness beers along the way. Very enjoyable to say the least.
The people here are extremely helpful and friendly. The Irish have mastered the tourist business very well. At the airport I told an attendant I was lost and asked for directions. He asked if I was supposed to be in Ireland and when I said yes he said I wasn't ...