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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I landed in Dublin on Saturday morning and met my fun ladies (mom, Beth, and aunt RoseBud) in Dublin at their hotel. From what I gathered they had a 3 days of fun, laughter, and pints! After I met them in Dublin our driver Patrick whisked us away to Kilkenny. There we visited the grand Kilkenny Castle. It was elaborate and gorgeous inside. From there we hit the city of Waterford, where you guessed it...Waterford Crystal as far a the ...
... new experiences for me. Since I am now in large lecture halls, some with hundreds of students, small meeting groups are required in addition to modules. Tutorials are mostly lead by advance full time students, and we practice close reading articles and discussing key questions. It was a little intimidating at first, being in a group of thirty Irish students and having to voice my personal outside opinion.
Our SMC leader here in Maynooth, Roberta, ...
... quiche for dinner, and a yogurt and a cup cake for dessert. Yummy. Uncle Tony talks funny, but he's nice as well. Mummy was away in the afternoon, but in looking at Facebook it was because she was having an Irish birthday. She got to go to the spa, and then for dinner and then out to the pub. It looks like she had fun. I can't wait until I'm old enough to go to the spa with ...
... but the earl showed little interest in them. His visits had become by this time rare and stormy occurrences. The malicious gossip of some of the household particularly that of the woman who had previously held his affections had poisoned Robert against his wife. He charged Mary with being unfaithful to him naming Arthur, his brother, as the partner. His brother George is said to have been a witness to the accusation, and in the possession of the ...
... the grounds that weekend. It was a bit like a mini Glastonbury, but at least the stewards recognised that we were visiting the house and gardens, not the festival, and guided us through the throng to the visitors’ car park. Admission was half price today, as part of the park was closed for the festival. That suited us fine as all we wanted to see was still open. There are some lovely gardens ...