The Residents Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Mrs. Cronin, but she named their 2nd child, Michael Collins Cronin... awkward! the tour guide said, "now gentlemen, how many of you would feel comfortable with your wife naming your child after an ex-boyfriend? exactly. its been known to be very tense in their house etc." ha, she also requested to be buried nearby Michael Collins and she was, I'd say she was buried within 50 feet or so from Collins. Also, Collins' grave was covered with flowers, replaced every sunday ...
... Our journey began with a stadium tour featuring the press room, the away and home dressing rooms, the tunnel, the players pitchside seating and the best seats in the house. After the tour we explored the museum and the gift shop. Stamford bridge is just one example that shows how much England loves football. It really is the passion of the country and loved by so many people. After leaving the bridge we had the rest of the day for ...
... I also liked hurling. That sport is difficult and takes a lot of technique and skill to play it. Some of the clubs members that helped coach us, participated and man they where so good. It was so cool to see the talented athletes mess around with us and perform so gracefully and skillfully, when we were running around falling and trying to ...
... has changed throughout the years and how it has changed sports. People have created lighter running shoes, underwater treadmills and lighter swimsuits. I really enjoyed that talk. We then split in to groups so all of the AT students were together and then the sport management students. Our tour guide, Craig, gave us a talk just reiterating about the GAA and how the club systems works and ...
Dawn here on our final morning in Dublin. Today was the first morning we took our time and relaxed during our breakfast and enjoyed a second cup of coffee. Having a better feel for the city permitted us the extra time since we knew how far, and in what direction to walk, to catch the bus to the airport.
We all managed to close our suitcases that now contained our various purchases made in the cities we visited. We said a fond farewell to our hosts at the B&B and headed ...