The Keadeen Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... you have to pass it to a teammate like an underhand volleyball serve. Then, we played hurling. This was by far the hardest, but yet my favorite because it was a challenge. It reminded me a lot of baseball/softball because to score you had to hit the ball off of the hurley. But, the hardest part was trying to pick the ball up off the ground with the hurley because you can't pick It up with just your hands. Also, balancing the ball on the hurley ...
Bright and early we loaded on the bus to Dublin City University. DCU is the only university in Europe that has an athletic training curriculum. Upon arrival we toured the facility and met with Dr. Noel McCaffrey. He gave a lecture on Consultation Skills and then on his Program MedEx. We saw a class for those who have cardiopulmonary disfuncation. We then had a speaker on Peripheral Artery Disease. After our speakers we moved on to our next tour. It's safe to say that there ...
... in the middle of the room both men and women's. We also o got to go out to the field, not onto the grass because it is only walked on by the players on the day of the game. The field was huge! The lower level had the VIP seats and also the boxes where the subs for each team sat during the games. The VIP seats are free as long as you are invited to the game. The third level of the stadium ...
... of the famous Guinness Brewery and learn about Arthur Guinness in all his splendour before heading right to the very top and getting a pint each, fresh from downstairs. You will never taste better Guinness. Aimee even enjoyed hers and she hates beer so make sense of that if you can. The tour was ended but a lot of the group were staying in the same hostel as us so we went out for a nice farewell dinner and a final beverage together before we all went out separate ways. ...
... you definitely would never see at home... We left about 3 songs into Kanye's show though because (a) he started 20 minutes late, (b) we didn't like his music, and (c) we can't really be sure he was actually the one up on stage since the guy prancing about was wearing a metallic mask the entire time! Stupid! So we headed back, and our lovely hosts were ready to come get us when we phoned them. Definitely a cultural experience we are glad we could not pass ...