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My trip today is along one of the motor ways as it will take about 3 hours travelling from Ennis to Dublin even with a 120 Kms speed limit. This driving is more tiring than the previous 7 days. I think it is because it is just a stretch of bitumen and not a lot of interesting scenery like I have been experiencing. Certainly not the opportunity to stop and take ...
... a Portobello Street. This row house was built about 150 years ago. The proprietors, Eileen and Paul, are delightful. Paul has an Irish sense of humor that takes a little getting used to after coming from our sheltered existence in Utah. Every other word is "f _ _ _" or "Jeezus." He sold clothing on Carnaby Street in London during the late 60s so he knew all of the rock ...
... to look at the ducks (and all the bloody seagulls) and then at 4pm, I went back to the hostel. Had a shower, did what I could with the fluffy shocking hair-do I have come to own, and put makeup on for the first time in months. A little dress and some lipstick and I was ready to walk to Riverdance. And that was the beginning of the most Irish thing I have ever done. 'You know you're Irish when you are walking to the Geity Theatre to see ...
... we drew near to the library we noted that a line had formed outside for entry. Our energy was beginning to fade, it was raining, and it was cold, so we decided it was good enough to have been in the vicinity of this cool book and moved on.
When we hopped back on the next bus our spirits were lifted by the lively bus driver with comedic commentary on Dublin's history and people. He joked about people crossing the street in front ...
... in tribute to St.Patrick who built the church in the late 400's. (History lesson for the day complete!!)
We then travelled through the streets and headed to Trinity College which is a very big University on 46 acres of beautiful buildings and gardens where 16,000 students attend to further their education.
Back to the ship in time for Happy Hour and then dinner.
Off to bed around 11 ...