The Kingfisher Capel Street Apartments
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... and see the tension between the Unionist and the Nationalist. We often see it as Protestants and Catholics, and it is to some degree in that the Unionist are primarily Protestant and the Nationalist are primarily Catholic. The Unionist are those that want Northern Ireland to stay a part of Great Britain. And the Nationalist are those that want to be independent and a part ...
... minha amiga Gabi, com meu humor mudando a cada 4
horas durante o dia em função do clima, resmungando do frio, da chuva, do
vento….e ela me dando petelecos e bagunçando meu cabelo como faz
costumeiramente pra me irritar e dizendo suspirando: “ai a Irlanda não é linda”?.
E eu olhava de rabo de olho, xingando até a centézima geração de Vikings e
dizia: “se isso aqui é verão jamais quero vir no inverno”. E sabe de uma coisa??? Eu AMEI ...
... system. After I've now been travelling for two months there are a few things you start to get used to being a Kiwi traveller around Europe. 1. People will always guess you're Australian, even other Australian or Kiwi travellers! (Probably because Kiwis can't believe they would be so lucky to bump into another New Zealander on the other side of the world, and Aussies will be Aussies always want to claim us as their own). 2. Learning to understand a wide range of accents ...
... doesn't work for lights and electric outlets (they tried to fix it but couldn't). While the sleeping sleep, I take our 2 bags of laundry down the street and around a short corner to the laundrette where I drop off the bags with a nice lady who promises to try not to shrink out clothes. The clean clothes will be ready today..excellent!
Once the kiddos are awake and ready for the day, we head out to explore Dublin. Walking across the river Liffey we find our way ...
... in Europe and then headed to New Square and saw Berkeley Library and Museum Building. Carvings of flowers around the building represent the native species of Ireland. He also pointed out the Pomodoro Sphere within a Sphere in front of the library. Today, students referred to it as the Golden Snitch, but in the past, students had referred to it as the Death Star. Neil said he was showing us his age with the Death ...