Paramount Hotel Temple Bar
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2. "Are your cops out of control?" To which I said, "I don't think so. They got a tough job. I mean there are a few bad cops out there for sure. But fun is fun. Tough job." To which the person would generally nod there head in agreement.
3. "Keep talking. I love your accent." So I would oblige and pontificate on anything that came to my empty ...
... of the City. We go through Fairview and the northern suburb of Coolock. We are entranced by the homes. Most very simple, but proud. Most have about a three foot high wall of stone or concrete of some sort, with a gate of course. But just directly behind the wall is a hedge that rises another two or three feet above the wall. Perfectly trimmed with lovely flower beds and well-manicured grass. Very grateful to be perched up in this nice high coach. As ...
Just like that, and its already spring break. Where has the time gone?? It's crazy that right when I am starting to get into a routine and just starting to do actual school work it is time to pick up and leave and have a two week break. It's weird because at school at home I would be so tired of doing homework and ready to have some time off, but here I have been writing essays in a day and then wondering what ...
... the Bravehearts. It also started to rain around this time and was getting pretty windy. Then, we headed to a place called Loughcrew. This was by far the most adventurous site to see. We climbed up this huge hill while raining, with the wind taking us as well. It is an ancient site with a burial tomb that has writing from before the pyramids. At this time it was very foggy but it was still such a beautiful site to see. At this point in time we were all soaked and ready ...