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... one of those black lines, above, and white lines, below, indicates a road coming in and going out. The sign above, for example, gives five different exit options unless you want to go back the way you came, a U-turn, then there is a sixth option in one round-about. (No extra charge for the above photo of a round-about in both English and Welsh, (Welsh Language Act of 1993 put Welsh and English languages in Wales, in the southeast corner of England, on equal footing ...
... a couple of things to my colleagues, some of which unfortunately were over in the UK for a Power down.
This was already my second leaving pints event so I had nearly everyone covered.
As a location for the festivities I chose one of my favourite pubs in Dublin. Cassidys is different, as it is decorated with Everything 80s, comic and Punk related.
The music and the beer are great. This time we were not going to get to enjoy the ...
... because we weren't really keen on guzzling what realistically looks like fizzy oil! And we knew not to do that would risk humiliation in Ireland, so our hands were pretty much tied! We walked out to the old brewery site and did the tour. It was awesome...for the free wifi! The tour itself wasn't too bad really, and for me I think the best way to describe it is that it's sort've like Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory for grown ups! It was all light and sound and ...
... and head up into the the town to find the taxi. We are lucky to find a taxi queue not far up the road. We hope in a taxi and are lucky that the traffic back on the road hasn't become so bad yet. In another 20 minutes or so it will be back to back. The taxi ride back into Dublin is only about 15-20 minutes. Our share of the fare is a "tenner" which is what the 10 euro note is called here. We are dropped off at our hostel so very thankful that our transportation back to ...
... part of town today". (he pointed to downtown) "Why is that", I ask. "Because it's gay pride in Dublin today," he continues to whisper (I'd swear he was putting his hand to his mouth to muffle his voice further). "Well, how about that," I said. "Then that's exactly where I want to go!" The city was a burst of color. I enjoyed walking to where the parade was starting and then followed ...