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gravity bar

[′grav·əd·ē ‚bär]
(mining engineering)
A 5-foot (1.5-meter) length of heavy half-round rod forming the link between the wedge-oriented coupling and the drill-rod swivel coupling on an assembled Thompson retrievable borehole-deflecting wedge.
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Entrance to this venue is by guided tour only, unlike The Guinness Storehouse where visitors can wander around freely.
Paul Carty is the managing director of the iconic Guinness Storehouse, a seven-storey visitor experience dedicated to the history and making of the globally popular beverage in Dublin, Ireland.
Apart from the castle, several comedy clubs and a trip to the pictures, we also took a bus tour, shopped until my husband dropped and made a stop-off at the Guinness Storehouse.
After a good stroll around the city and a trip to the Guinness Storehouse for a free pint of the 'black stuff', what better way to warm up than in the hotel's leisure facilities?
In "Ireland's Comfort Food & Touring Attractions", author Viki Pidegon has compiled an impressive and very nicely illustrated collection of do-it-yourself recipes for soups, stews, chowders and casseroles that she has collected from Irish chefs from Kylemore Abby, to Beleek Pottery, to the Guinness Storehouse, with informative descriptions of a variety of Ireland's tourist attractions, pubs, hotels, and castles--each of which has some direct relevance to the culinary theme of this unique compendium of Irish culinary traditions.
From the Gravity Bar high atop Guinness Storehouse, one takes in the breathtaking, 360 degree panoramic view of Dublin.
Other events include visits to the Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College, Waterford Crystal, Blarney Castle, and Woolen Mills, Jameson's Distillery, and Garnish Island.
We've teamed up with Guinness Storehouse, Ireland's No.
The awards took place in the Guinness Storehouse on Friday 16 November.
Besides using the trip to showcase his musical talents, the Sydney native has been posting a series of photos from his Irish adventures - including a few snaps at the Guinness Storehouse.
The group s whistle-stop visit included a golf lesson at the K Club, a tour of Glendalough, visits to the Guinness Storehouse and Trinity College in Dublin, as well as an evening at the dogs at Shelbourne Park.
You must be 18 years or above to |purchase tickets to Guinness Storehouse.