No. 1 Pery Square Hotel & Spa
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... went to bed for only six hours and now I can't fall back asleep. Well anywho today was my very first day abroad. I arrived at Shannon airport in a tangled up mess around 6:45 their time so probably about 1 am US time. The flight wasn't bad at all. I watched a few movies and played games with the person siting next to me who also happened to be studying abroad here. But once i arrived I was missing two important documents at check in and ...
... Edinburgh Tatto and the festival, Liverpool Beatles Museum, London changing of the guard, the natural beauty of Ireland, and enjoying the cultural range of foods and drinks specific to each area. My reflections are more wholistic as there is still so much to see. I have enjoyed seeing all of the UK so far. Everywhere has a uniqueness that makes it new. London was a hit for me and I think I am quite taken by Big Ben and have made it a ...
After getting in from flying to Ireland the night before, I was really tired. So my first day was a slow morning and then a slow, relaxed afternoon.
The main thing I did was go into the town of Limerick with my brother and his girlfriend. The town is quite small. We walked around for a few hours ...
... enjoyed two and a quarter hours of concert before I thought I might have a little embarrassing accident, so I skittled away during another community choir (when you’ve seen one, well, I shan’t bring out my inner choral critique now).
Saturday rounded out my week quite lovely-y. (Can you noun-itize an adverb? Does that even make sense? Is “lovely” alright on its own, here? You wouldn’t think I was a PhD student, sometimes.) I ...
... just learned about hundreds of years of death and atrocities associated with the castle's history. The wind was coming through in some areas with an eerie whooshing sound...I didn't linger! The main courtyard of the castle had real, not video costumed docents who looked very bored due to the lack of visitors. I climbed to the top of the tower for a great view of Limerick. We had dinner last night with Dennis' business associate, Pat and his family. Their teenage son had just found ...