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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Dublin with my English friend Jason just before Christmas. We had a really great time there, it is a very nice city and the university is particularly beautiful. The Irish are great people and certainly know how to drink! They also really like Christmas time! Everyone was wearing a Christmas jumper in all the pubs we went into. The music in the pubs there was also great. Dublin has a really great vibe to it. I think the highlight for me was the Guinness factory. This is a must do ...
I realized that most of the last posts have all been on trips. Scotland, Italy, Prague, Wales... And some of you might be wondering "Isn't she studying abroad?"
And the answer to that is: Yes, I am. I am studying abroad and carrying a full 16 credits (four classes). I am taking Marketing, Business Law, Communication Journalism, and Art History. ...
... to contact anyone and I needed to download photos. I found a computer work shop and sent a good couple of hours there while it was beings fixed. Some of his customers that came I were interesting to talk to so time went quick. Wednesday - We drove down through Limerick to Cork and did the Ring of Kerry which had some great scenery but a problem to see it. Not many places to pull off for photos and the hedges were to high to get pics from the car. It would be a great ...
So...after many many many hours of sitting on my behind I made it to London - Hooray! After running roughly 3 hours behind schedule on our flights, our pilot must have turned up the pace to get us into London only 20 minutes later than we were originally scheduled! Customs was hilarious - by the simple fact that it doesn't really exist. We jumped on the tube to Kings Cross and were at the hostel by mid morning. We then ...
... and voilą I had extra cash.
Next, a good friend of mine moved to Europe. This is a woman who had lived in Texas since birth. When I first met her, she was working in the same district where she had gone to school. She wasn't the type to just run off to Europe. But she fell in love, and in a couple of years, she was married and relocated.
I kept thinking: she is living there, so traveling there has to be doable.
My friend, ...