The part I couldn't figure out was why you needed to swim across the Atlantic, but (as best as I could judge) you could drive across the Irish Sea. Now I admit that there IS a ferry. But there are also ships that cross the Atlantic (granted it's hardly a RORO operation).
You're missing a few vital steps between steps 84 and 85.
Step 84 1/2: While on corner of upper Leeson street and Sussex street, get out of car, walk 11 paces to your left under a green sign marked "O'Brien's". Proceed to bar. Request of heavy set gentleman behind bar (proprietor), one pint of Guinness. Wait for Guinness to settle. Consume said Guinness.
Step 84 3/4: Ring aquaintence on Sussex street, and tell them you'll meet them in O'Briens. Purchase, further pint of Guinness, and consume while discussing quality issues (flavour of pint, excellent state of Irish rugby, etc..) with proprietor.
Step 84 3/5: Proceed as above with aquaintance upon their arrival.
Step 92: Skip steps 85 and above, repeat steps 84 1/2 through 84 3/5ths next door in the Leeson lounge, and subsquently down the road in Doneghy & Nesbitts.
PM me if you're around the town, and I'll buy you a pint,
Step 18 - the I-90 (aka Mass Turnpike) is more than a partial toll road...although if you get to the Long Wharf you may as well stop at the NE Aquarium. In the old days you might have been able to drive across part of the Boston Harbor.
Nothing learns better than experience.
"So as I struggle with this issue I am confronted with the reality that noting is perfect."