Uppercross House Hotel
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After Scottland we headed for Dublin, Ireland. We stayed with our friends brother and his wife who were amazing hosts! They picked us up from the airport and dropped us off and lent us their car to explore Ireland! Very lucky. Our first evening there we were just hanging out drinking with our host and their flatmates, talking about travel. Was a good night.
Our first full day we ...
The life of a Liffeysider: à Dublin!
The life of a Liffeysider: in Dublin!
Donc, m'y voilà à nouveau. Un autre contrat est terminé, une autre recherche d'emploi commence, et une nouvelle période d'incertitude s'ouvre devant moi. Comme d'habitude dans une telle situation, j'ai décidé d'utiliser le meilleur remède connu contre tourner en rond et se sentir déprimé: partir voyager! Après mûre réflexion et un pile-ou-face, j'ai choisi un ...
Today we had a lecture on dry needling which is like acupuncture but there is more science behind it. Joey demonstrated it on two people. One was done in the arm and the other was done in the leg. Both people said that once the needle went in their muscle tightened around it and then Joey started to move the needle clockwise and counter clockwise which caused the muscle to tighten even more. Once the needle was removed both said that it felt looser than it had before the needle went in. ...
... Judy says. Now, that’s a homebody after my own heart. Hitting the road at every opportunity.
And to all the others I extend my best wishes and thanks for commenting (and for those I’ve left out, my sincere apologies: I can’t get to my extended email in the airport lobby at the moment).
Those include Karen Embanato, Don Molino, Monica Haynes, Gee Gee Hargon, Mary Helen Heroman, Markay Brown, Ben Franklin and Jim Stephen Michaud.
... handwritten and so old. There was a very interesting video on how vellum (calfskin) pages were made and how the wonderful books were assembled. The colors remain rich and detailed and the script so perfect. How long it must have taken the scribes and artists to create each page.
The Old Trinity Library is beautiful. Two floors of extremely old books and wonderful woodwork. I loved it.