Uppercross House Hotel
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... Gainsborough, Picasso, Pissarro, Degas and Matisse. I took a photo in the Irish gallery but most aren't allowed to be photographed for copyright reasons. I took one of a really good Gainsborough. It's not a very big gallery compared to ours in Canberra but worth seeing. We had lunch at a little cafe that did gluten free "toasties" with a bowl of soup as a special deal. It was cheaper to buy both than one!! From there we finally extracted some money from the ...
... and realised I was kinda the wrong way so went and sat in the playing field and wrote in my book. Then walked back to the hostel but saw a cathdral on the hill so went to that and these random guys asked me to take a photo of then on the street. Then walked back to the hostel and got Waldwarf. Sat in the couch and went in Facebook before walking to the dwarf cafe and taking a photo of Waldwarf there. Then walked the ...
... you" (Go mbeannaí Dia dhuit), the response is "Dia is Muire dhuit," or, "May God and Mary bless you!"
Cheesy and it sounds, from the beginning I felt very connected to this place, and feel as though I remember it from distant childhood, as if it was part of our life when we lived in Anaheim or something. There are many tiny scenes that come to my mind of those days, or the days in Elsinore, or more ...
... various parts of the Thomas family tree. After saying goodbye I tried to get a good nights sleep, but ultimately failed. I was too excited. Waiting in Victoria station on Friday morning I received a Facebook message from Felix telling me he couldn't use his debit card to get in from Gatwick airport. After a half hour train ride I managed to find him and get him a train ticket back to London. We were both stoked to see each other after such a long absence of hanging out. Back home ...
... amp; 18th century poet) located out the front of the College was sighted by your scribe from the steps of the hotel. As an aside I couldn't help but notice old Uncle Tom's statue was outside Trinity College and not inside the grounds which seemed about right to me (sorry Mum). James Joyce the renowned Irish writer had it about right when he penned in his Ulysses masterpiece "a good puzzle would be to cross Dublin without passing a pub", hence it wasn't long ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility