Westpark Hotel & Suites
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... Medieval monastic settlement founded in
the 6th century by St Kevin, a hermit priest. The ruins and cemetery seem to
hold the energy of its time in spite of the visitors. It could be due to the
setting, so much a part of the raw landscape which supported it and refuses to
be softened and tamed. Then we drove through an area of bleak but beautiful
peat hags called Sally Gap. The moorlands overlooking craggy valleys are simply
... were rules about no hands or feet outside the viking boat/car. When the rules were done we started to scare people in cafes. There was 1 lady who got so scared she spilled her coffee. When we were driving around the man told lots of funny things about the area. When we were done driving we went to get life jackets and the floaters on the boat. When that was done we went and got in the water. When we were in it i got a go ...
... a park in the centre of Dublin with beautiful gardens of geraniums. The colours are more varied than in Australia. Visited the Museum at 2pm to see the "peat bog bodies" and other artifacts- very interesting. Walked back to the hotel, intrigued with the beautiful Georgian buildings and the front doors that are all painted in different colours. Also saw a canal boat use the lock. Easy dinner back at the ...
... over to Merrion Park where the Street Performer World Championships were being held. As it turned out we arrived there just in time for the whole thing to be over. We were able to listen to a band that basically was made of up a horn section. They were pretty good and the crowd was definitely enjoying it. We actually saw signs there that said "No Dad Dancing" - what's up with that!?
By this time, we were starting to get close to the World Cup Final. We headed ...
... Back in January, I put in an application to perform on the wee mini stage at EJC this months...just for the laughs. Honestly, I hadn't trained in a year, and I had no costume so I was putting it in just so I could say that I did. But I got an email last night. And now I need to find a costume...fit for being the first act on stage on Opening Night at EJC 2014! How that happened I'm not sure, but how I am going to find a costume is the bit I am ...
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