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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.
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Further afield, you will find Pheonix Park- Europe's largest enclosed city park with it's deer.
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... through with no one checking, nothing like the telly. (Note from Graham: at the Dubai waiting area I went for a **** and the urinals were full so I went into a cubical. There were 2 dunnys , one for using and one for butt flushing. Sorry can't spell bidae.) Finally!!! We are in England P.s. Yayyyy NSW one up. Cop the Millsy ya *******. (Still luv ya) Love to u all keep an eye out for part 2 coming soon. Oxoxox Tiff and ...
... 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 ...
I go upstairs and book my ticket for a London Cruise on the Thames and the London Eye (the big Ferris wheel on the river). The last time I was here I never had the time to go to this because of time commitments with the kids. I am so glad I had the opportunity to go this time. My cruise is at 12:45 pm and my London Eye is at 3:30 pm. I scheduled the London Eye at 3:30 pm because it is the only one that is occupied by a guide. I don't think it ...
... the inside. It is with a view to this division that some news agencies have taken to murmuring about the possibility of a civil war. The establishment, led by the monarchist Democrats, regards the red-shirt movement as an unwashed rabble in the sway of Mr Thaksin. In fact they are a broad-based response to a broken political system.Mr Suthep may or may not achieve his objective. He is likely to be ruined either way. If he wins, and imposes a ...