Travelodge Dublin Airport Ballymun
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... airport across town, Delta!). Tube to middle of town,switch to go to Tower hill to get on DLR to the airport, but it will be Keitha's first real view of England, and walking out of the underground and running to the DLR station (above ground rail) to get to the airport. So the third flight of the day was the small plane from London City to Dublin (were it candy, our plane could safely be described as "fun size"). Unlike the relative comfort of a ...
... the party. We found some hole in the wall pizza joint that sold by the slice, and it was quite tasty. A bonus though was we bumped into our next door neighbors as we walked up to our house (they just got out of a taxi). After talking about wanting to meet people in Blackrock, Susan suggested they would host a dinner party soon where we could meet more of the neighbors. I really hope that actually happen!
Then we had Kassy's Halloween party on Sunday night. She went all ...
... God, who established the order in 1535. We toured the hospital at Stillorgan and met with Brother Gregory and Brother Kilian. We had the oppurtunity to set the scene for our Granada pilgrimage with a visit the heritage centre. Tomorrow we head to Granda, where over the next 6 days we will trace John's footstep. Ireland has been an amazing experience. A truly inspirational place, with a long history and strong connection to nature and ...
... flare everything up again. Over time the wall has been redone and made quite a bit higher because people were still managing to throw petrol bombs and all sorts over. The feeling within the two communities we visited was still quite raw and it was great to get an insight into the on going tensions. We saw a mural in memory of a man who was murdered during tensions actually 13 years ago to the day today which was interesting and had quite an erie feeling about it. It was also ...