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... with amazing architecture and a current display of children books of mythology. Barrel-vaulted ceiling and gallery bookcases reaching to the ceiling on all sides. Beautiful collection of marble busts of folk such as Jonathan Swift lined both sides, dating from 1743. Also the oldest harp in Ireland, dating from the fifteenth century. The whole library has nearly 3 million books.
Walked up to O'Connell Street, looked at The Spire of Dublin, an enormous needle ...
... it may be. I do admire this in a way and at the same time I realize that I simply don't walk to the same drum and I don't share his same life philosophies at this time.
Where do I fall in all of this, you may ask?
Well, I met him when I was 18 years old. I was a very confident aspiring graduate not exactly sure where I wanted to go in life and definitely didn't know what it meant to be true to myself.
You see my family was ...
http://youtu.be/mDyYR7YHFhI: See a video of the Second Coming - if you are interested!
Last night my husband asked me, what do I want out of life. Being honest I don't know. The way he asked me was rather odd. As though I was planning for a life that wasn't our own.
He said that he was going to giving me until tomorrow to get honest and open ...
... than other tour groups so was able to climb up the tower (100 steps) without standing in line. Debbie air-kissed the Blarney Stone and I took her picture but bypassed the kissing. The castle was built in the 16th century as a tower house; it included the stone swirled steps, a murder hole and slit windows, all features for defense. The owner, King McCarthy had a faire queen wife. Legend has it that he was shot by an enemy arrow. His wife laid his head on the stone, kissed ...
Dawn here folks. We finally boarded our flight from Edinburgh to Dublin after running through the airport from security to the gate. Suffice it to say that I will never fly Ryan Air again! The flight from Edinburgh to Dublin was only 40minutes ... 65minutes gate to gate. The airport was a little larger than I thought, but easily navigated. We took the bus into city ...