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... it out next time you're going on holiday. You select the city, date, number of days, how vigorous you'd like your day to be and a category of things that you'd prefer to check out and, voila, it tells you what you should see, in what order and even gives you directions from one place to the next. It's really handy! We went to the Chester Beaty library which is full of really old artefacts and literature and has a whole floor dedicated to religion with each section of the ...
... see. And since we were so close, we also made a stop
at St. Patrick’s Cathedral for a couple quick pictures. Then we started
making our way back to the hotel. Along the way, we stopped quickly in
Merrion Square Park for a picture of the Oscar Wilde statue and then
headed back to the hotel. After getting our luggage, we got a cab to
the Heuston train station and boarded the train to Galway. It took
... and flexi trainers. We found a small local pizza place for dinner and headed back to the hotel, we invited a few of the girls from the tour back to our room and I drunk a bottle of Italian wine I got in Italy with them. Dublin Day 1: Today was an early start, we had breakfast at 6:45am and we were off to Dublin at 7:45am. Our first stop was in Cork to visit the blarney castle which is famous for the 'kissing the blarney stone'. Both ...
... program in some cities, so it will be interesting to see if this is a program incorporated into US pharmacies in the future. Another service pharmacists provide is the flu vaccine. Similarly to the US, they require CPR and anaphylaxis training every 2 years. However, there are no other continuing education requirements. Some other differences we discussed, are that most Irish pharmacies are independently owned. Unlike the US, only about 10%2525 ...
... best seat in the house. Feeling very pleased to have officially started and finished my first full pint we headed off on foot back into the center of town. Back nearby Temple Bar we stopped into Porterhouse Bar which was screening the final 20 minutes of the Kiwi's/England league semi final. It turned out to be the best 20 minutes of league ever, as we watched NZ cinch a last minute try to take them to the final. No one apart from us in the bar seemed to have any idea of ...
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