Quality Hotel And Leisure Centre
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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Conference facilities
- Babysitting service
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... such a cool venue. The audience was really receptive and so happy and thrilled with our performance. One man came up to me later and asked me about our Killarney Concert - he wants to come to that! Super fun concert! Well done!
Tiffany wasn’t feeling well so she sat out of the concert today. She is feeling a lot better now so she should be fine tomorrow.
We got to hang out after our concert and went to the museum there and had dinner ...
We checked in at our hotel in Cork around 3:00 today and had to turn around and go to a meeting with Deloitte at 4:00. Luckily we had a conference room in the hotel so the commute was short! Here we have double rooms instead of the singles from the conference center and Summer and I changed so we could room together because we're the ...
... safe. You lye on your back and lean back holding tow rails and kiss...works better if you are a bit taller than I am! Then we walked around the grounds and saw the other country manor which is huge. Took heaps of photos. Was 5.00pm by now so we headed back to the B&B to get changed and head to dinner. We walked 25mins into the dinner places that were suggested and ended up in a scary looking pub which didn't do food. Had a quick drink there before heading ...
... and I love the gym so all I want to ever do is go to the gym. Ya I know its crazy lol. But today I was really into it. I was meeting Kayla about an hour after going since we were going into the city and since I ate a lot the past few days I wanted to get a really good work out in. So after several good workout songs later, and doing both the elliptical and the bike, it was already 4:40 which was when Kayla was supposed to be ...
... actually ate better food and had more comfortable accommodation than that which they were used to back home. Fares for the transatlantic crossing on the Titanic ranged from £8.00 to £870.00 per person in 1912 – you can put that in perspective if I tell you that it is possible to go from Southampton to New York on the cheapest cabin in the Queen Mary 2 for around £995.00 per person in 2012 – imagine how wealthy some of the passengers ...