Holiday Inn Dublin
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... meet .We had a final dinner tonight run in conjunction with a televised live broadcast of the Melbourne Cup. A sweepstake was offered and some people won quite a bit of money.... not me however. A generous part of the takings is being donated to the Charity in Sri Lanka. An early start in the morning in readiness for a 14.5 hour flight to Sydney. I do hope you have enjoyed sharing my holiday with me as much as I have enjoyed recording my impressions with you. See you ...
... tourists, New York = the most friendliest helpful positive people! it's busyness , the feeling of being safe! the presence of NYPD everywhere , it's movie icons, Central Park , unbelievable busyness of people everywhere but they appeared and came across laid back and willing to help San Francisco, = pretty! but for us was great timing for the blue angels air show as navy in port . Now - to settle in Timaru for a while and find some casual work ...
... it to the end of the line at Market Street ($24) just south of Union Square where we did a little bit of shopping. I had my first ever Sephora visit and I liked it. Evan and Darcy waited outside. A lady kindly spilled a bottle of perfume all over my leg so I smell amazing. We followed that up with a visit to the three story Old Navy shop. It was fantastic and we bought approximately 593 things for $20 (although I may be exaggerating). We then caught the old school electric tram ...
Another great sleep we were a little slow off the mark this morning. Kate had to work so Jeff & Shepard first walked us towards the bridge so Jase could get coffee & we had gourmet donuts. While munching on this doughy goodness we saw groups of people playing what looked to be kick softball. Then we realised they mostly had matching T-shirts & were getting really hardcore competitive about the whole thing. Jeff said some were College groups, others were Corporate ...
... lunch would remain down and not journey up. We made our way through streets that were famous in many a movie car chase, and many movie views. The most touching part of our journey was making our way to the house of Mrs Doubtfire. This seemed so emotional as many had come to lay flowers at the stoop of the house to remember Mr Robin Williams who had so tragically passed away only a week earlier. The movie Mrs Doubtfire was shot at ...