Liffey Valley House Hotel
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... the human spirit.I also included "all those who have died on the Camino" and privately recalled two of my class mates who died in recent months- Elwyn Heber and Terry Buggy. Terry's wife Nancy and her family invited me to preside at his funeral- a privilege not only to celebrate his life at the mass but also to have spent time with him and the family just prior to his death as he struggled so courageously with that pernicious illness we call Motor ...
... of the day. Stephen's mum was lovely and made me feel very welcome. Had some yummy dinners and cakes!
One night I was really sick and so Stephen gave me some strong painkillers. Next day I was really emotional for no reason. When Stephen was telling his mum what he gave me she said be careful as they can make you emotional. Hmm!? :) I think I was emotional also as I had had a pretty flat time travelling with Ryan, I was ill, and I was excited to spend a ...
After a series of madness that took place at Heathrow, where we had our connection, we made it to Dublin yesterday afternoon around four. I felt like I giddy school girl flying into Dublin and laying my eyes on the Irish coastline for the very first time. Jake and I were exhausted and starving (the piece of bread they served us on British Airways for breakfast surprisingly wasnt enough to keep us going for 12 hours) when we landed and had premeditated our ...
... to pay we unfortunately had to pay more to include insurance and GPS. Tom and Kev felt sorry for the guy behind the counter because there was a while there where we thought Erin was going to throttle him for charging us more. Luckily for the guy Erin calmed down and we drove off in our little Nissan Micra ready to begin our Ireland journey. The plan was to start and finish with a night in Dublin, have 2 nights each in Kilarney, Galway and Belfast and in between kiss ...
... The final stop on the bus tour was the fishing village of Howth. It was a nice little fishing village, though not particularly notable for anything besides the ruins of St. Mary’s Abbey (originally founded in 1042 by a Viking king) and the seals that we could see in the water right next to the docks.
The bus tour was over and we were back in front of Trinity College by about 2:30 PM. We went back into the campus grounds to see if we could ...
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