Lucan Spa Hotel
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... of hope, and a symbol of peace. Like The Batman has a mark, we have the flag. There are times in our history when we have played the villain, and times when we have played the hero. Like every other country and person on this planet, we are not perfect. BUT, we are strong.
And, I dare to hope for my country.
I dare to hope that we are heading in the right direction. I dare to hope for our President, that he is who we need right now. I dare ...
... lounge to gate in an airport, though having a room numbered 1813 is probably a clue that things may be a distance away. We ran. I had checked the map-again avoiding spontaneity, but since we were bordered on one side by the N7 (road) and another by a retail park, I had wanted to check there were real places around. We found them, small village of Saggart-small enough that the phone denied it existed-led into Rathcoole and towards the end of the run we got into ...
... We found the tourist hub and booked a day tour for Wednesday to Kilkenny to see a castle or two and bought tickets to the Guinness Storehouse. Also, in typical Matt and Fi style, we found the main shopping drag. As it was a bank holiday when we arrived, there were people everywhere, including people who'd run in a "women's only" marathon. We had been wondering why there were so many men dressed in drag, until it clicked that they must have ...
... will probably continue our drinking around Dublin (can't come to Ireland and not drink!) and hopefully get to enjoy some more Trad music and banter of the locals.
Oh an unfortunately service didn't allow me to post this before I left so you get to hear about our night at Merry Ploughboy. We enjoyed some great Trad music and food and I even got to dance on stage but he was gay haha just my luck. It was still a blast and everything was awesome!
... on his organic farm! I really can't wait to take the bus and to discover a new Irish county and his Irish host parents! And his Irish cat! Because I love cats.
But before arriving in … I don’t remember the name of his tiny village – héhé- I will do a stopover in Dublin to do shopping. Blblblblblbl! Girl crush!
In fact, all this is to say that I visited Dublin the last week-end, and I did ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service