The Residents Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... person with the bat who hits the ball is called the "batsman" and I am actually really good at this. The fielders are placed all around the batsman to field the ball and get it to the "wicket keeper" or the catcher. There are multiple ways to get out. I always got my ball caught so I always seemed to get out fairly quickly. Games can apparently go on for 5 days! That's insane. After playing we got a guided tour around the facility. It was pretty cool to see all the old ...
... been out on the field. Some of the club's players came out and made our game much more exciting. Jeff was once again very good at this game. After the sports we all went up to the VIP room and learned some Irish step dance. It was very fun. When we got back to the hostel Chelsea Sofia and I went to the market and got snacks. Then we came back to our room and just hung out because the day of sports had worn us ...
... to the Dublin Castle. Although we did not go inside the castle, we were able to get some good pictures of this attraction. The group then spent time trying to agree on a place to eat lunch, we all decided on a cafe. After lunch, we headed to the Guinness factory which was a neat attraction. I enjoyed having the opportunity to visit both the Jameson and Guinness factory. There are so many opportunities that Manchester allows its students to explore, and I am thankful that to be on this ...
Interesting facts - Ireland is actually two countries - the Republic of Ireland in the south and Northern Ireland. They have different currencies and different governments. The North is still part of the United Kingdom so they are under British rule and use English pounds. Whereas in Dublin everything is in Euros. The official language in both is still Irish ...
... hour, as there's no standing room left outside. Must be the warm sunny evening. Anyway back to when we arrived. We decided to have a cup of tea and wander down to O'Connell Street as far as the River Liffey. There were hundreds of tourists around from all over Europe, the US and I guess Oz. That proved to be enough as Edie's feet and ankles are quite swollen from the flight. Well I think that's enough for day one. Now for a good nights sleep. ...