Aghadoe House B&B
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... with lounge type seating, bars, cafes, cinema and duty free shop. It was a smooth three hours travelling. Our apartment in Dublin was close to the city, so we checked in and went for a walk. This of course included the famous Temple Bar area, a drink in a pub, then dinner. We found a lovely restaurant with tasty food and flawless service - 'Kathmandu', our kind of food! They had been very clever and adapted the flavours of many dishes to appeal to the ...
... the red hair of the mummies. Tiki kitty would probably fare quite well if buried in the bogs. They also found a well preserved book of psalms in the bog as well. Amazing that paper would have survived.
On the walk back from the museum we walked down Grafton Street, a pedestrian street packed with all sorts of shops. We also stopped in a park and saw some beautiful swans swimming and a giant heron on the shore.
I had planned ...
... menos no começo, hoje eu amo esse
sotaque deles e me fez aprender (mais uma vez), que não existe somente 2 tipos
de ingles no mundo (USA e UK), tem 375 mil tipos de ingles ao redor do mundo e
eu amei estudar o ingles Irlandês.
Bom, outra particularidade desse povo é que eles nao saber
dizer não. O que a princípio parece uma qualidade admirável para um povo que
sofreu um pouco ao longo da história na Europa.
Até você precisar de uma informação ...
Off we go on our Ireland adventure. The plan is to arrive two days before our Rick Steve's tour begins in order to get our jet lag under control and do a little exploring on our own. So far Delta Airlines is taking good care of us-movie menus, free drinks and meals and on time departures and arrivals. Now if only they had a bed for me to sleep ...
... we first acquainted ourselves with the finer points of a good Irish whiskey by going directly to Jameson’s (former) Distillery and museum for an informative class (guided tour). Great fun! Rick took the exam (a side-by-side taste test) and earned a real graduation certificate. The group we were with seemed rowdy but that’s to be expected when the average age is 65!
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