Kildare Street Hotel
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... and though she said the occasional irish-ism, I was just like "sorry… are you from America?!" and she was in fact from Chicago, we spoke about differences between Chicago, Boston and Dublin, and it was hysterical because she reminded me of one of my classmates from Chicago, the way she squinted her eyes when talking about something really cool, and how chill she was – quasi California Surfer dude-esque, but just extremely casual and friendly, it was nice to have someone ...
I have arrived, I am home, I am solid, I am free, I am grounded, I am flowing, I am water, I am a tree.
My roots ground me but my spirit is ever flowing. I want to be tall, strong, sturdy, dependable. I want to provide solace and shelter, to wrap everyone in the warm embrace of my limbs. Yet I cannot stay still, I crave the ocean, I wish to flow, to keep running, faster, deeper, further than ever before, reaching ...
Lazy start, then collected by Paul and son Nicholas, who took us south of Dublin to the coast. First we climbed the hill in Victoria Park, taking in views south to Bray and north to the city and the mouth of the River Liffey. Then drove along the coast at ...
... steel mixing bowl at the apartment
- Tim and Adah exploring Dublin City Centre together, including the St. Stephen’s Green and St. Patrick's Cathedral playgrounds
- Catching the 5:30 pm Evensong at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Yes, my inner ‘Altar Boy of the Year’ was calling me.
- Jeff puking his guts out in an Irish porcelain ...
... to write my blog which as you can tell by how late this is failed miserably.
So that is that.
Oh and one more thing, the girl liked sheep. Did you know that Shaun the Sheep is Shaun Das Schaf in German?
It sounds so cute!
Lisa xo ...