The Plaza Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the massive three storied Keep, the
central stronghold of the castle, was begun c. 1176 on the site of an
earlier wooden fortress. This massive twenty-sided tower, which is
cruciform in shape, was protected by a ditch, curtain wall and moat. " It was one of the sites for the filming of Brave Heart.
We liked it well we are planning to go back tomorrow and take some students who would like to see it.
... to Sue the amazing day I had and I had someo f Mary's chocolate and just couldn't fall asleep, how did that happen!? 3 hours earlier I doubted Id even get into the show and then before ya know it I'm havinga conversation with a cast member of The Office like it was nothing. in the show he asked the audience for suggestions for live music in dublin, someone said "the grand social" and everyone boo'd and said "nooo Whelans!" and BJ said, "i've been in Dublin for 5 ...
... it to the parade. The crowd was enormous and getting into a place to see the parade was going to be difficult. Especially for Kiah. Standing at only just over 5 feet tall she was facing quite the wall of people. However, we sprinted here all the way from Amsterdam (at least it felt that way) and we weren’t going to miss this parade because of a few people. So we pushed and shoved. The parade started before we got to the front, but it was still quite incredible. ...
... the snow was much more fun and most of the times more commonly required than the snow walk. It was like travelling on ice-skates but with shoes. It was ********* the way up as you would slide down a little bit every time you tried to slide up. It was hard going work but very enjoyable. You could fall at any minute so there was something dangerous about it-makes it all the more fun in my opinion! The good news is that I didn't have a second fall! In fact, not one ...
... didn't really realize that everything everywhere would pretty much be closed, but anyways, we had fun learning to drive on the left side along pretty developed highway, took a tour of a castle built in 1100, avoided the rain by having the best seafood chowder ever at a local pub, and hung out with the locals watching a few Soccer games on New Years Day at a Pub. Kevin of course made sure we were back at the hotel in time to stream the MSU bowl game. We ...