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... First Class tickets for this trip. Had to go through so many carriages with my fat backpack to get there. Got to my coach, and the ticket conductor asked for my ticket. Explained it to him and he said he should charge me for a ticket but he was nice & kind enough to try scanning the QR code on the PDF in my email which i managed to open after that. So omg thank god!! Currently chilling & enjoying the wifi on the train ...
... and thanked him for the compliment as not many people notice them. "How can you not notice them?" Well...I almost had it. Still in the earings, I had a table as if the presents on my ears were earings. They also asked me to take a photo of them, and they seemed like jokey people, so I turned around and took a selfie with them. I tend to be able to pick up a lot of glasses when I go outside to pick them up, but there was one time I was picking some up and a few ...
... above the stage (right at the front)- way better seats than we usually get!
The show was lovely- all the actors/musicians stay on the stage the whole time so you can really see how talented they are. Some of the songs were also fabulous! But their attempts at Irish and Eastern European accents were pretty awful! Can't have everything I guess!
This area of Dublin is dominated by Dublin Castle. The area was first to be settled and dates back to Prehistoric times. It was also settled by Vikings and Normans. The castle reflects this mixed heritage with different parts dating back to different times.
Powercourt Townhouse William St South - home of The Viscount of Powerhouse, now a shopping Centre with galleries, jewelry stalls and boutiques.
... br> By then, I had realized that I had forgotten to take my camera battery from where it was charging back at the house, so I couldn't take any photos. Plus, Taylor was getting tired from and of the walking, so we took the Tube back 'home', left her to rest, got my battery and left again.
My mom, dad, and I walked for approximately three hours to see some of the nearer sights of London. We saw a bit of ...