Marlfield House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... mess from our laps in the car. Made the art exhibit well worth the wait.
Friday, June 27
Lynn takes my place as being sick. But hell, she deserves a day off. I'd only label her as halfway sick. But she busted her ass when I was sick, so I did my best to return the favor. I cleaned the room next to ours for the Australian Work Awayer due to show up early that day, weeded the driveway some more, and so on. Pretty sure I was jamming hardcore to Matisyahu while I did ...
... He told me: “After 25 years of learning, I’m
still learning”. The fact that it’s really hard is the beauty of this sport. I
really enjoy to practise this hobby because it’s to challenge yourself and also
because it’s a good way to relax. I think that I will buy a bow when I come back
to Canada. The archery teacher just passed on his passion for this sport to ...
... I’d had before too. Mum had a nap in the car.
We were held up by a few falls of rain, my slow driving, a French Hell’s Angels rally and Derrick’s unconventional route to Newcastle that Lou had never used before.
The ceremony was at three. We pulled into the carpark at 2.45. I decanted them all into the mysterious ‘room 2’ to change while I parked then traipsed in my jeans around looking for my and ...
... on the spot or walking without many tools to support our bodies. The only tools used in the class was a pool noodle near the end of the 45 minute class. It was a fun and low impact class exercise.
Later we walked from the house into Gorey. We did a bit more shopping for a diary and other gifts. We also went to the libarary and lit some candles at the church in town. ...
... glad they did. There was so much character in this place, you walked in and saw a bar, then you headed back and there were just rooms connected to rooms connected to rooms, it seemed like they went on forever. Most of the rooms were small and no room had any wall space showing, they were either covered in antiques or pictures of famous people that had been to the pub. We sat down at this cool tree trunk table and had some amazing food. I had the steak which was some of the best steak ...