Park House Hotel
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It was a cosy night in the flat tonight as everyone was back from their holidays and Claire also came to stay as we were flying out for Ireland early the next morning. So I gave Claire my lounge mattress and I slept on the futon in the kitchen. The things we will do to save money! After a pretty sleepless night the taxi picked us up at 6am and took us to stansted. As there were 4 of us it worked out about the same as getting the bus and way easier! We met up with the rest of ...
... reminded me of my love for it and how it is the perfect mixture of everything. It is just a overall happy place, full of street performers, outdoor markets, and most of all memories. I felt like a tour guide saying I knew of a good place to eat and where to go and it was awesome. I can't wait to go back for longer.
The day is not over yet as the International Society is playing the Superbowl tonight for everyone. Go Pats!!
Today, I spent the morning on the computer. "Uploading and writing blogs"...clearly that happened.
Then I went to a museum. Which was good, but not great apart from the section on dances through the ages and one painting.
They were interesting!
The other paintings looked a bit like carpet to me.
I didn't do a huge amount today, because I am slowly but surely wearing out.
... us different horses according to experience. Of course my horse, his name is blanking as I write this, was the tallest one and the one with the most attitude. Jules' horse was the slowest and did not like to move at all and Sams' horse liked to stick his nose in my horse's butt which did not make mine happy and ended up kicking the other horse a couple of times to get him to back away. The views were wonderful! Everything was so green, you could see the water in ...
... saw the whole group. Even as I am typing this I can't believe what horrible stuff my mind comes up with! But when I'm in the moment, I can't do much to prevent it :(
Anyway, it turned out to be no problem at all, thank god! We first went to a pub called 'The Crane Bar' and talked for a bit. Mary, the french girl, currently works in Dublin as part of an au-pair exchange. The two australians - Damien and Graham - are farmers in Australia and currently on a ...