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... the world and myself in those 77 days. I also have caught the travel bug, very badly. Yet, in those 77 days, I still have not figure out what side of the pavement to walk on... I don't think there is an answer to that.
In these next 26 days, I will see my Mom and Dad in London, go to Switzerland, complete classwork and test/finals, academic tours, theater performances, dinner with the LBS group and so much more.
... when and how to wash our hands??
Back to reality.
* Piles of post and junk mail to wade through
* A lawn in urgent need of attention
* A letter rejecting my planning application
* A loo with no water in it at all
* A broken wing mirror on the car... (very odd as it was parked in my car port off the road)...
... oh, and the best welcome home of all, the largest, hairiest spider you have ever seen, lurking in the bath!
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.
I had forgotten that in other places of the world Alex is not a woman's name... When I was in Asia I would sign my emails "Ms. Alex Nord" (they like the Mr./Mrs. thing). Two people that I met in London questioned my name but that was no big deal. When I arrived at my guest house in Bath, the owner (Maureen) answered the door and said "Are you Alex??? My, you're awfully lovely for a bloke!" We had exchanged a number of emails before I arrived and she thought ...
... a policeman overhear my concern when she was so late. He kindly made sure that we found out where she was and he then waited for her to arrive while we went on to our flat. The girls and I took the Heathrow Express to the Underground...Kaelyn didn't get off the UG quick enough so I lost a kid on day one. Lucky for her, I citified her long ago so she knew to hop off at the next stop, cross over to the other platform and come back. Silly ...