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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... neighborhood, not the other way around), we texted the kids so we could wave to them on the Dublin Pub Cam webcam. So touristy! Kristen saw us and I believe she got a screenshot!
We walked around the town a bit, stopping in the park at Merrion Square. Unfortunately it started to rain and somehow we were caught unprepared. We ducked into the porch of the Royal Physicians College of Ireland to wait it out. We found a store where ...
... that needs to understand the concept of ‘driving on the left’ was significantly challenging to say the least. And who the **** knew that you have to pull up on some dumb ring thing on the gear shifter in order to put the car in reverse? Not that I was blocking traffic on a country road and some nice workman jumped out to help me or anything……
... Park ,we had good seats courtesy of Gary ******** tours, And waited for the start .As each team ran onto the park a roar went up that lifted the stadium.although outnumbered there was plenty of support from the Tipperary mob. Before the game started a Marching Band comes onto the field. Both teams line up beside them and then they all proceed to march around the ground ,the band belts out a tune ,as the players march past the crowd rises and cheers for ...
... The sail off was amazing. The whole town appeared to turn up. Bands, dancers & singers. Never seen anything like it.
We are in the midst of our 5 days crossing of the Atlantic and enjoying the "free" sea days. Not doing too much. Have been to a few shows which have all been good and different. The Hypnotist guy was hilarious. Well, he wasn't, but a couple of the people he hypnotised were. There was an old American comedian last night who even had Place ...
... breakfast we happened upon the Taste Of Dublin in Temple Bar. Several volunteers were dressed in period costumes, some were attempting to ride bicycles as if to deliver their baked and brewed goods to the populous. Very humorous exercise to see one particular chap trying to maneuver a bike with a carriage in the front. He did not make it very far. We cheered him along anyway. One woman dressed in white was particularly pretty and had all the other costumed ...