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... and I’m sure she felt much warmer after drinking it.
Back on the ship, the sail out of Dublin was fairly standard. Since it was late departure, we weren’t able to see too much.
The people of Dublin like to give statues interesting nicknames. The statue of Molly Malone is lovely referred to as the ‘Tart with the Cart’, while a statue to a group of women sitting on a bench is referred to as the ‘Hags with the ...
... garden which was very cute, Dublin Castle, Christ Church, Old Dublin Wall, then walked along River Liffey, National Museum: Archeaology (seeing mostly the exhibits on Bronze age gold, Viking Ireland and Medieval Ireland). We left the museum at 5:00 when it closed. We then walked right to a tiny food place that we found the day before called "Yum Thai" where we each got a ...
... br> I started off today quite late, and after a quick chat with Josh, an American guy sharing my room, we agreed to grab breakfast together. Josh is from Michigan, but is studying pharmacology in Dakota. We have both done quite a bit of traveling, and had fun comparing travel stories at the cafe we went to for breakfast. I had an awesome breakfast bagel, that had sunny-side up eggs and real bacon (or what the Brits would call streaky bacon).
After our lovely ...
... memorial cross dedicated to an elderly Irish priest who had died some years before on the outskirts of a small village through which there was an alternative somewhat longer path called Campo, leading to my next planned destination.He was not the first priest to die on the Camino but as far as I know he is the first with the same surname as me. Yes Father Joseph Carty at the age of 78! seemingly had died of a heart attack. I googled the Camino forum; ...
... of important books and documents and we took our time examining them.
Nerdy fact: The Jedi Archives in Attack of the Clones is clearly based on the Long Room of Trinity College, see for yourself: http://scyfilove.com/wp-content/uploads /2010/04/Jedi_archives.jpg
Compare it to: http://www.beautiful-libraries.com/libr ary%20photos/academic%20libraries/6103. jpeg
We exited Trinity College and hiked up the road to the National Library.