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... Ripper broke into our Pub and started killing everyone sitting down... well unfortunately I was sitting down and I got a massive fright when the lights switched on and he was right next to me. After the tour ended we went to the Imperial War Museum and that was just a museum full of war things my favorite thing was all the modern warfare. After that it was nearly 6 so we went home and Mum and Dad went out to a pub with Rhonda and I stayed home. ...
... ve had over the past couple of days, but happy to be home after a 13 hour flight! The Blog itself has been, and will be, a great way in allowing us to relive our trip for a long time to come. Many thanks to all our Blog followers who have been interested and supportive of our journey - hope you enjoyed it as much as we did putting it ...
... constantly giving me little tasks and making me choose between cups (gambling) to see whether I get nothing or a ticket to the Book of Mormon. So far I have myself 2 £20 vouchers...hopefully soon I will have a ticket to the show that seems so far out of reach right now. We had the most cutest doggy called Lola come in! She had a light up tag, and tried to follow me everywhere. So cute! Over the last few weeks I have ID'd and served this one guy. His name is ...
... participants. Once entering the run we were pelted with pink paint, yellow paint, orange paint and finally blue paint at the set paint stations. Then after completing the run (of which we actually only ran small amounts), we were given more pink and blue paint to anoint ourselves with- which we thoroughly enjoyed! Suzi got Natalie really good with blue paint ...
... is also said to be worth a visit. You can take a tour and enjoy a complementary pint of the black stuff.
Howth to the north of the city and Bray to the south are easily reached using the DART line and give you an opportunity to leave the city if the weather is reasonable.
Had I the heavens’ embroidered cloths,