Park Hotel & Leisure Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After my hike out to the campsite yesterday, I very much was not going to give in to the idea of walking back in there today to buy a book. But I needed a book. I found a company that hires bikes out, and I just thought to myself that if anything else, it would be healthier than walking to some extent. So I hired a bike and zoomed into town. 15 minutes! I have no clue how it took me so long yesterday! I ...
... my mind is racing, I will draw the curtains, remove the shade from the brightest lamp and position a chair in the direct line of of the trained beam (hope it's not one of those energy saving bulbs, they take forever to get bright and I am certain they are not on the shopping list of the CIA). I shall be sitting on the other side of the lamp in a dimly lit corner silhouetted and with the cold voice of authority saved for the player whom has foiled the plot.....the game is up! I ...
... ibuprofen. So I have told her yes we will be grand ;-). I have decided that my vaccinations should be fine as I had them done a couple of years ago and on the internet it says they last two years.... The internet is Gospel.
I know I have said that we looked at the map together a couple of times, pointed out a few ‘must-sees’ and a route that ends in Bangkok. We discussed where we will be flying in and out of and ...
... animal toy). We then drove back to Dublin, stopping at a Tesco’s to buy a few things. My dad and I sat in the car outside. Then an alarm went off and a few minutes later the Gardai arrived and took away a guy in handcuffs. Marisa and my mom didn't even realise that anything had happened in the store.
Now we are back at the apartment preparing a light supper. Mom and Dad are presently entertaining Liam with a number of ...
... and inducements to retire, there are far fewer employees than there used to be and our guide is finding working there quite lonely.
We then walked down a couple of 19th Century streets where most of the homes were well maintained, even the ones for sale, and to the St Carthage Church, which is Roman Catholic.
After watching a video about the history of Lismore, starting from the 600s AD, and a small lunch in a local café, we went to the Irish ...