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2) Ireland has still technically been at war with Denmark since the 1800s
3) And the mailboxes used to be red because they were left there after the British reign of Ireland, they are now green. There is a legend on how that happened: when the British left the leprechauns felt safe to come back. So they took over the abandoned mailboxes and made them the entrances to their underground city. ...
... the "sinking boat museum" to mimic the flying boat a few days earlier. Thursday 31: Travel to Edinburgh. We went by a giant cruise ship for two hours and then by coach across the country to the eastern coast. Not a very exciting day but we are now in Scotland! ***Unfortunately we did not take a lot of pictures in Ireland and Scotland since our family members were taking more (and better) pictures than us. The majority (if not all) of these pictures were taken by our Uncle ...
... this despite being extremely sick. Not sure how he did it! Anyways, Glendalough is gorgeous but best during the summer!
We ended the trip with afternoon tea at the Shelbourne Hotel. Gary was the only healthy person at this point of the trip. My earl grey tea was the best I have ever had and the desserts were wonderful. Kole even enjoyed his herbal tea. It just didnt quite live up to my expectations though, but that probably was a result of ...
... is a piece of **** and didnt even have an auxilliary cord to play our music. Quite depressing. Dirving without music just sucks. The drive itself really wasn't bad at all. It took a it to get used to everything, but we took the motorway towards Galway and got there, no problems. I even passed a few cars driving too slow for my liking. We got to Galway, and came up to our room, which was great, We signed up for a pub crawl, which ...
... souvenirs, traditional musical instruments and what have you.
The small cobbled streets are filled with buskars; lone guitar players, budding folk bands, harp players, etc. all amped yet subdued.