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Old 01-23-2007, 02:11 PM   #151
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There was an old thread somewhere about how I was going to reclaim my ancestal throne in Scotland. But I think I changd my mind for some reason and opted to take parts of Canada. Or something. I forget why. However, being as how I can't get 12 rooms, I might have to just resort to Plan A and take the whole goddamn country.
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Old 01-23-2007, 02:20 PM   #152
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12 rooms is a lot because most B&B's arent that big. Damn 12 rooms is a lot to find in vegas at times. We only need 3 though separating my parents would probably be a good idea.

I've only been to England and Ire. I'd love to see more someday. Hard to pull myself out of Ireland though I could stay forever I think.
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Old 01-23-2007, 02:21 PM   #153
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I posted in the BSG thread last night, Beav, just for you.

If you do ever claim your ancestral throne, give us a heads up, ok?
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I'd definitely love to explore more of the UK! I lived in Ireland for a while, and have been to a few parts of England, but I would love to see more.
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Scotland's borders will probably be closed for a while after I reclaim the throne. Figure from late July through....March 1st. Gonna clean the place up a bit, do some usurping and whatnot. Big party on 3/2 though. Try to plan your trip around that time.
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Wow beav the flight to Edinburgh in March is only aroung $600

I'm losing it. I'm looking for health insurance, used text books and trying to book this flight
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Old 01-23-2007, 03:24 PM   #157
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We're going in July and it was ... $1000 each? A bit less I think. And we bought the tix in Sept I think. Peak season travel = lose. March is probably a slow time.

Have you looked flying into Shannon or even London and getting cheaper transport from there?


ETA - I'm trying to get Numb to come to NYC on St. Pat's. He's currently somewhat enjoying "retirement." It'd probably be awesome if he didn't need money.
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I really hope he comes

We are going to Shannon but you have to fly into Dublin to take the 20 minute flight(most of it taxiing) to Shannon

No way my family would mess with going from London. Too many bad memories and they're grumpy travelers.

March is a slow time, last trip to Ire. was April I think
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I was in Dublin in April a few years ago. I used to work for the airlines so we flew first class. And we had the layover in Shannon (with a rollup bar ). It was like 7am. People went to the bar.

Awesome city though. I enjoyed it. Tobad I didn't like Guinness then. Idiot.
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Kat, you do like your family, right?

Beav, if you need any help with the usurping and whatnot, you know you can call on me to assist.

As I said earlier, was in England the one time, a week in London....I loved it. I very much want to see Ireland and Scotland, though....even Wales. Few things move or impact me like travel.
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I keep reading things like Shannon and April and think I'm in the NYC thead.



Ok back to working. Obviously I am at peak shape for that.
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I love my family just forgot how difficult they are when traveling. It's all coming back to me now. The threats to leave my dad there. My dad threatening to leave early.

My brother and I became drinking buddies on that trip :familybonding:

Beav you missed out on some great Guinness

7 am people drinking Think though with the time changes for most of them it was appropriate.
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April's taking a break? Can I come....along?
You're aaaaalways invited.
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I was teasing....I am sure you love your family. I love mine, too, but like any family, they are sometimes not so easy to deal with. But, they let me stay with them for free when I visit NYC, so who can complain?

I can't even drink OJ at 7am, let alone alcohol.

I like LMPA's drive bys.
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I love my family just forgot how difficult they are when traveling. It's all coming back to me now. The threats to leave my dad there. My dad threatening to leave early.

My brother and I became drinking buddies on that trip :familybonding:

Beav you missed out on some great Guinness

7 am people drinking Think though with the time changes for most of them it was appropriate.
I did actually have a guiness at the factory, but it took me forever to drink it and I believe my wife(gf at the time) actually ended up finishing it for me.

Now that I am older and wiser I will be drinking Guiness while tossing a baby around a bar this summer! Growing up rocks.
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