Westgrove Hotel and Conference Centre
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... He gave a lecture about cricket and its most common injuries. It was interesting how much the injuries differed between positions. After leaving Lord's we went to the iconic Abbey Road Studios and took our Beatles replica shots. The best part was seeing the signature walls by the stadium. Some of the things written and drawn were amazing! The love for the Beatles was displayed in such careful ...
... even though it was foggy and rainy out. There was a tree there that is called the fairy tree, the story is that if you break off a branch you and your family would be cursed for years. We also stopped at two different castles, the first castle was just a small one that we passed on the way to trim castle. It was very small but very beautiful. Trim castle we got to learn all about the different things that were used back in ...
yesterday was our free day here in Dublin. as we were able to go do as many things as we wanted. first our day started off with a trip to the Jameson factory having a tour of how they make their whiskey and it was amazing we learned the processes of how to make it and tasted some of their finest they had to offer. we then went to a sandwich shop for lunch then went to Dublin ...
... at a small café within the station. I had a small blueberry muffin and some fresh grapes (not wanting too much, after a night of vomiting three times for an unknown reason, probably something I ate). By 9:00 we were ready to get on the train. We found there weren't any free areas to put our suitcases, so we ended up putting them on top of vacant seats. We’ve also found the train isn’t the ...
... the people on it and had just meshed the two groups together. We drove the rest of the way down to the Dingle Peninsula to a town called Annascula, where we were staying that night. The hostel was one of the Paddywagon hostels called the Randy Leprechaun. Took us about 2-3 hours to drive there from the castle. We all got checked in and headed up to our rooms to freshen up a bit before dinner. We ended up sharing with Mel, the 2 Polish boys and the Kiwi girl. We had dinner at the ...