Latchfords of Baggot Street
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... Gaol. For the most part the state apartments are used for royalty, dignitaries and other VIPs that need to be impressed. By doing the tour we were able to go down to the 'Undercroft' where they are excavating an archeological dig along the Poddle, which is the river the Vikings used as their port and is now completely underground.
After the castle we stopped into a cafe to have some lunch and when we emerged chaos ensued. Suddenly O'Connell Street had ...
... up. 30 minutes and I had missed my flight, showered, checked out of the hostel, and hopped on the train going to the airport. This was going to be a crazy day.
Arriving at the airport I sent Kiah on her way and ran to the check in desk. There I found out that the ticket that I wanted to buy was the last one available on the entire plane. It cost more than three times as much as my first plane had. I had no choice! This was my only planned trip in Europe. I ...
... a grand day!
well I'm so tired and sore from all that walking yesterday, walked over 10 miles! just stayed in, and its raining, so im typing up these last few days stories, and istening to Oasis, ha, gonna watch a documentary, debating going to an open mic tonight but might just stay in and stay warm and read up on my Oscar Wilde- I think that'd be a grand way to spend the day. ahhh nice and warm in bed reading.
"High Fives" this week
... Terenure College, where my brother James was a boarder in years past!
Drove to Dartry, to stay with my aunt Teresa, whom we last saw in 2004. Greeted also by cousin Paul, and then cousin Fiona and her daughter Juliette, who took us all to ...
Everyone got organized and chatted with Tony in the morning. Caleb and Tony spent a good hour talking soccer and all of the recent player movements. Christine took direct aim at Tony's fridge which had so much ice build up there was no room for any food. Before Tony knew ...