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... This street leads to a garden of remembrance which is dedicated to women who died in the pursuit of Irish freedom. On the north bank you can take a boat tour of the Liffey. You can walk the North bank to the imposing Four Courts building in the west.
OUTSIDE THE CENTRE
Further afield, you will find Pheonix Park- Europe's largest enclosed city park with it's deer.
The Guiness storehouse in St ...
... table who went to buy him a present because she thought he was adorable! Bucket & sand toys. Then more swimming, followed by an amazing dinner at a tavern with views of the bay in Karthamili. Delicious stuffed calamari. Freddy was exhausted but managed to keep running around with the kids until he fell asleep in the car on the way ...
... taking it really easy. Went to the pool, skyped the parents, tried to reorganized the disaster that was my suitcase and even took a much needed nap.
After the nap I went back up to the pool to have a swim with Luke. By this point I had been to that rooftop at least 5 times over the past 2 days and the view still took me back as much as it did the first time. The sun felt amazing and the pool was even better. After the swim we were both pretty hungry so we got ready ...
... the flight. They could not re-book the flight with the same airline on the dates i had available in May ( 16th to 22nd May) but I managed to get them to cancel the flight for a small charge (£124.00) and I re-booked a flight with British Airways for just over £600.00. Having done this I set about booking a hotel and was able to secure a room at Pousada FavelaCantagalo for around £50.00 a night. Phew!!!! I was back on track and ready ...
... but as I walked through the entire station and didn’t see him I started to panic. What if he had just given up when I wasn’t there? I had the phone number of the people I was going to be staying with, but I couldn’t very well call them up and expect them to drive miles in the dark to come get somebody they’d never met before. I asked at the information desk, but was told that anybody waiting for passengers would certainly be in ...