Abberley House B&B
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... guy was good and informative, it just went on too long and he just overloaded with information. Over the past month I have absorbed so much history I'm about at my limits! Dublin is actually such a random place. They had their Crown Jewels stolen and never bothered to find them, they had most of the castle taken down and never redid it (where every other place has rebuilt), and then next to really old pretty building ...
... there. I'm not sure if she will or not but it's always nice to offer that contact info for someone who knows no one when they move to an entirely different continent.
Yesterday, before heading up to Belfast, I dragged Granny into Trinity College to see The Book of Kells. I hadn't seen it on my first trip to Ireland and wanted to on this one. Growing up I was obsessed with Irish mythology and lore (well, any mythology/lore really) and ate up O.R. Melling books ...
... or candy, "biscuits" or cookies, "crisps" or chips, or any soda or sugary drinks. "Except on Friday's!" as one of my Junior Infants informed me. :)
Lastly, Saint Brigid's has 3 different courtyards for the 3 different parts of the building that separate the different grade levels. BUT there are no playgrounds/playground equipment on school property. Ms. Dooley said that no playgrounds is common in Ireland, because of the ...
... illumination of its passage by the winter solstice sun. Our tour guide even recreated the illumination with a flashlight when we were inside the mound. It's not the same as the real deal, but it was good enough. There is no direct access here, so you have to go to Bru Na Boinne Visitor Centre. They shuttle you there by bus, and it cost £3 unless you are a student or a senior. You pay £2.
... first destination of Malahide because there was too much traffic, and ended up at Skerries, beside the beach. Went for a walk around a little peninsula in the middle of it and the boys were very excited to spot two seals. We left quite early and stopped in Laytown beside the beach for breakfast. Filled up with diesel in Drogheda (it's cheaper in Ireland) before getting on a motorway to Northern Ireland. We did a little loop around the Ring of Guillon ...