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... really interesting. :) As I worked my way back towards the river (and my bus stop), I walked through Henry Street, which is another pedestrian only, cobblestone shopping street. I think I personally liked Grafton St. better; it was older and looked much cuter to my touristy eye! After, I walked back down towards the River Liffey and walked along it for a bit before crossing over into the south side of the city. ...
... 5 hours over tea, and 2 chocolate mousses (moussi?), talking about her experience as a PT and administrator and now running her own business, but also greater picture things, about what it means to be Irish, and God and religious, particularly Confucius. She gave such incredibly beautiful images for me: you’re no longer in the dark in space, no, now you’re in the Milky Way, surrounded by light and beauty; wool/weaving, you can unweave a clump and end up with one ...
... trafalger square and let us use his phone because we were having troubles dialing the number for our host. We managed to get ahold of him to let him know we were in London but running late. We go to get on the bus to discover you need to purchase a travel card, they don't accept cash. The bus driver let us ride, he must of seen the look of desperation on my face. We got to Trafalger Square and another guy told us where to catch the bus to Bromley. ...
... Dublin, Ireland, by Arthur Guinness. The company is now a part of Diageo, a company formed from the merger of Guinness and Grand Metropolitan in 1997. The main product of the brewery is Guinness Draught.Originally leased in 1759 to Arthur Guinness at £45 per year for 9,000 years, St. James's Gate has been the home of Guinness ever since. It became ...
... to get us a room there in a very nice hotel where his wife works. This is just hilarious, these people are so friendly they are booking hotels for us. May also told us about a restaurant out there to try as well, she took down our names and dates for Cork and sent them to her son. We will see what happens.
We decide to take in afternoon tea. This is a first for us (I guess we should have done this in England, but what the heck!). Well afternoon tea is really lunch at ...
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