3 bananas, 2 apples, 2 oranges, water, apple, purple dilutable
We continued minor Freeciv craze. Maeve played a bit then gave up and played on cbeebies website. Kate started playing. As the Irish.
We more or less used the directions from Brennanstown Vale on megalithomania site. The lane in Brennanstown lane now ends in a new 6ft wall which we climbed over. The start of that route should be changed to Carrickmines Luas stop. No wall climbing needed from there.
Start at Carrickmines Luas stop. Walk along the Luas line until Brennanstown Luas stop (not an operating Luas stop). There is plenty space to walk beside Luas line now (Mar 2011) planting is still very young. At Brennanstown Luas stop climb rail and climb over wall into valley directly OR easier to go longer way around out of Luas stop on other side, enter field and go around under the bridge into the valley.
The walk in the valley beside stream in woods with big old trees is very nice. It is suspected that this might be NAMA lands now. A shopping center and housing/buisness developments might have been constructed here!! :-P
Tully's high crosses and church:
NAMA properties ?
http://www.walkspace.org/namaland/ - That NAMAland app
http://namawinelake.wordpress.com/ - NAMA blog and NAMA info
https://spreadsheets0.google.com/ccc?key=twJGI0cadpKPO_MCjz6L0FA&hl=en#gid=0 Google Doc of NAMA properties
From the database, the following entry contains "Land at Glendruid (Cabinteely)" and "Lands at Lehaunstown Lane (Cabinteely)"
Johnny Ronan(John Ronan), Mary Ronan (estranged wife), Richard Barrett, Dick Barrett, Treasury China Trust (CREO), REO Securities Limited, Real Estate Opportunities PLC, John Bruder, Ickendale, Decocter Limited, Havenview Investments Limited, Castlemarket Holdings Limited (Castle Market Holdings),Hutchison Port Holdings, CMH CMBS Borrower Limited, CMH, Fastrock Holdings, Willie McAteer, Spencer Dock Convention Centre Dublin Limited (SDCCD) Limited, Construction Management Partnership (CMP), John Sisk and Son Limited, Spencer Dock Convention Centre Limited (2) (CCD), John Ronan (son), James Ronan (son), Jodie Ronan (daughter), Swinwood Limited, Trio Group, Tamorbrick Limited, Saundby Limited, Ballymun Shopping Centre Limited, Drocarne
Battersea Power Station, NAMA HQ, Spencer Dock, Bewleys Coffee House, Malting Tower, Westin Hotel, Central Park (Sandyford, Leopardstown ), Montevetro (Barrow Street, Dublin), 88 Kirtling Street (Battersea), Heather Cottage, Merchant Quay Shopping Centre, Stillorgan Shopping Centre, Alto Vetro, 40-42 Mespil Road, Lafayette Building (Westmoreland Street), Southbank House (Barrow Street), Baggot Building (Upper Baggot Street), M1 Business Park (Balbriggan), Port Bremore (Dublin), Blakes Restaurant (Stillorgan), Ballymun Shopping Centre, 43-49 Mespil Road, Roundwood Park Estate, Milverton (Skerries Bay), Lands at Enniskerry, Land at Glendruid (Cabinteely), 35 Barrow Street, 35 Henry Street, Crampton Buildings (Temple Bar), Russel Court (St Stephen's Green), Lands at Lehaunstown Lane (Cabinteely), Clonburris Town Centre, Lands at Kinsealy, North Wall Quay, Nazareth Lands (Sligo), Collinstown (Kildare), Lad Lane (Dublin), Leisureplex (Stillorgan), Charlemont House (Glennon House, Dublin), 3 College Green, Crescent Hall (Mount Street Crescent), 41 St Stephen's Green, Lands at East Mountain (Howth), 16 Westmoreland Street, Houses at Stillorgan Shopping Centre, 97 St Stephen's Green, 98 St Stephen's Green, 99 St Stephen's Green, Rear of 22 St Stephen's Green, 95 St Stephen's Green, 49 St Lawrences Park (Stillorgan), 72 St Lawrences Park (Stillorgan), Gordon Street (Ringsend), Durrow Mews (Dublin), Network House (Barrow Street), Stewarts Road (Battersea), Cheswick Grange and Hardwick Grange (Warrington), Spencer Dock, National Convention Centre, Ritz-Carlton/Ritz Carlton (Powerscourt,Wicklow), Town Bar and Grill (Dublin), 301-bed hotel and a 54-hole golf complex on the 377-acre Roundwood Park Estate(Sean T O'Ceallaigh Sean T O'Kelly estate, Wicklow),development in Tangdao Bay(Qingdao, China), 427-acre site at Milverton Demesne (Skerries, Dublin), Ballymun Shopping Centre (Dublin), 125-acre tract of Co Louth land