The Keadeen Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... group tonight to the Old Jameson Distillery for drinks and dinner and some traditional Irish music and dance. We won't return here till about 11:30 tonight and then tomorrow begins the real tour - bags out at 7:00, breakfast at 7:00, on the bus by 8:00. Headed to the Rock of Cashel, Blarney Castle near Cork, and into County Kerry to Killarney where we'll be for two nights. The weather today continued to be wonderful - sunny and ...
... here, got a total of 9 thus far, but still have about 3-4 more to go, just been flyin through em here! And you can watch all these irish songs here at this link, I'm calling them all "postcards from ireland"
Realistically I try learning 1 song, though often I get another song in there, and this week I worked on Raglan Road, and listend to Luke Kellys version about 20 times I ...
... 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 ...
... it was absolutely amazing! There were about 7 stories throughout with each story teaching you all about Guinness and how to make it, etc. On on floor we got to do at small tasting test where they taught us how to drink Guinness, which I think helped me like the beer a lot beings I'm not much into beer. Lastly, on the top floor was a gravity floor where they poured you a pint of Guinness and you could look throughout glass windows and see the whole entire ...
... against the government and incited revolutions. It was eerie to stand in the same spot where this had taken place. I asked the guide what the prison was like at night. She said it was magnificently creepy, and that there had been sightings of the ghost of a little boy, and also the ghost of a guard who had hanged himself in a cell. She also said the acoustics in the large open area (see pic) are so good that the prison is a popular venue for ...