Trump International Golf Links & Hotel
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... for a road race, and he had just ome from the treadmill, and unfortunately it was then getting quite late on my end, but oh! I was also really tired because the last 2 days I did an insane amount of work at BodyMed - I went hours and hours observing different cases, one a 4 month old baby with torticollus and a flat head, and multiple ankle injuries, though each was treated differently, even saw kathy make a custom orthotics, and I helped create a home exercise plan for a girl ...
... rooms and marveling at the ancient privy. The adults walk a little more slowly. Elizabeth explains the functions of the rooms to Adam as she's learned from previous castle tours. The rooms are furnished with period pieces. The hall has a great big wooden candelabra in the center and elaborate tapestries drape the walls, covering the dark and dank stones. Back outside, we head to the parking lot. The boys throw rocks into the stream as we idle by.
The drive through the ...
Nice breakfast again as we were regaled with many stories from Evelyn about her failed marriage, her brilliant children and many other guests over time. The good weather fairy appears to have had a day off as the rain is reasonably heavy and consistent. Then it was off to Kilarney via the Dingle peninsular and in particular the Slea head drive on the Peninsular. En route to the Peninsular, we passed through the pretty town of Adair and the Tralee ...
... in Doolin. I also grabbed a cider and headed back to the hostel where I sat next to the river and wrote my postcards. I met an old English hippy called Ken, complete with dreadlocks, tiedye shirt and paper shoes. Then I had a quick shower and walked up to Fitzpatricks pub. I bought my first drink and turned from the bar to check out the room, and saw an old bloke looking at me weirdly. 'I know you, don't I? You live around here?' (In very strong Irish accent) 'Ah, no. ...
Rich was out early for an 8:30 tee time. He shot an 88 and had fun talking with the caddy.I slept in, still not completely adapted to the time differences. Our friend who is a member here arranged for us to have a guest pass to the members areas. So we had a very yummy lunch in the members lounge. I had a "toastie" which is an Irish toasted sandwich made of ham or turkey with cheese, onion and tomato....delish! Rich had the ...