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... thought about going into bell ringing fulltime, but we were able to convince them to continue on in pharmacy and come back to Brookings for graduation. In addition, other students learned about the chemistry behind whiskey distilling at Jameson Whiskey Distillery! The chemical conversion of sugar to ethanol with yeast is a revered chemical reaction by Dubliners. Both the Guinness brewery and Jameson Distillery have employed many Irish throughout the years. Kirre ...
... it was written somewhere around 800AD so its about 1200 years old. For those that don't know about how books were made in the old days, scribes would write copy books over and over. The monks were known for this. Because of the labour cost, books were very expensive. It is believed three scribes wrote the book of Kells. One did the writing while another did the artwork. The third scribe was multi talented, he could do both. It is believed the book was written on ...
... which took 3 hours was very smooth and relaxing. The Irish Ferry which stands 12 decks high is like a cruise ship, cinemas, bars, cafe, children's room & shops. From the port we took a bus to the city centre of Dublin, then a taxi to our hotel, meanwhile 14 hours later we were ready for a shower, dinner & ...
... shops and some theatres. Wandered up to Christchurch cathedral, another austere grey stone building and only 400 m from the other one. Apparently one was inside the city walls and one was outside. Stiff competition! Went into Dublinia which is a display of the Viking and Medieval life in Dublin's past. It is very well done, being informative, fun and interesting. A great place for a school excursion!! Then climbed the 96 steps to the top of the old medieval ...
... Allen is on the ship! I met him the other day. He is
the husband of the human sexuality professor. Stephen Allen is the son of Steve
Allen, the original host of the Tonight Show who has written thousands of
songs. I sing three of his songs all the time-"This Could Be The Start of
Something Big," "I Love You Today," and "Oh, What A Night for Love." Well, it's
time for bed! We lose an hour of sleep tonight by setting our clocks forward
and I have two papers to write tomorrow!