On our fourth day I realized just how bad my jet lag was, but we were able to get up and have brunch at Taste Company before going to the Guinness Storehouse and doing the full brewery tour. We had a great time learning how to pour the perfect pint, before meeting Joanthon’s family for tea at Bewley’s, lunch at The Green Hen, and more walking through Dublin. There was then a nap (did I mention my jet lag?) before a gluten free pizza dinner and drinking wine at home while watching TV.
Listen to the the new EP from Wiredogs called Kill The Artist Hype The Trash! They got the name from a funny interaction with Iggy Pop himself.
We *loved* our breakfast yesterday, and considered going there again, but after much deliberation on where to go for breakfast, we decided to venture just down the street to Elephant & Castle after inspecting the menu online and learning that they had a meal with potato cakes (perfect to satisfy our American appetites). Unfortunately the cakes were quite small. Delicious, but small. I had the Omelette with Irish cheese and bacon (which is more like ham here). It was a great meal to fill up on before heading over to Jameson. The walk to Jameson was quick, and warm as we stayed to the North of ...
We got started a bit late on our second day as I was struck with jet lag and was WIDE awake from about 2-6 am after getting into Dublin in the early morning the day before. Jonathon woke up around 9 am, but couldn’t bring himself to wake me, so by the time we got up and moving, it was on the later end of brunch.
We spent the rest of the day walking around and exploring the city, and got to see this amazing sunset over the river!
After traveling all day on Christmas, we arrived in Dublin at 8 am (local time). Jonathon and I rented an apartment during our stay that is located on Cow’s Lane just behind the Arlington Hotel in Temple Bar, Dublin Ireland. Unfortunately we landed on Saint Stephen’s Day, which meant that most places in the city were closed. Luckily jet lag helped us sleep during the day until pubs opened for the day, allowing us to have our first of many Guinnesses during our trip.
Everyone has the resolution of “New Year, New Me” right? I’ve even seen a few bands say the same thing, so figured I’d write a post about the opportunities that have popped up in the last 5 days. Be warned, that the deadlines for these are fast approaching and there are NO EXCEPTIONS – so apply early and pay attention!
SpokesBUZZ’s 2015 SXSW Colorado Music Party – Deadline to Apply: February 1st
7th Annual FoCoMX 2015 Application – Deadline to Apply: January 11th
SpokesBUZZ Class of 2016 Applications – Deadline to Apply: February 4th
Find out how to apply and more details in the rest of this blog post!
It’s been about a year in the making, but we (Aimee, Bryan, myself and many more) have won!! Through the power of social media, we convinced Nerf (DJ on KTCL Channel 93.3) to finally stop playing Save Tonight by Eagle Eye Cherry!!
After my very successful Wantable Intimates Box in October, I decided to also try Wantable’s Fitness boxes and I am SO glad that I did! My first box was a total success, and I’m hooked.
What Was in Wantable Fitness Box – November
Be Up – Wrinkle Tank Top
HPE (Human Performance Engineering) – Luxe Transition Hoodie
Body Language Sportswear – Sierra Capri
Jacquard – Acceleration Capri
Nux – Seren Wrap
I just couldn’t resist sharing this new song, Colors, from one of my longtime favorite singers, Genevieve. She used to be the lead singer of Company of Thieves, whom I’ve had the pleasure of seeing many times.
Congratulations to the Top 3 Hometown for the Holiday bands: AMZY Medic One Flew West Can't wait to see ALL of the Denver bands at Casselman's on Saturday to celebrate another great year of amazing music and the great Colorado music scene. Here's a refresher of the top 3 songs: AMZY - 5 to Midnight Medic - Wake Me Up One Flew West - Kind of Love