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... into Dublin for the afternoon and night. We check into our hotel, grab our umbrella, hit the streets, determined to make it to the Guinness Brewery this afternoon : umbrella inverts with the wind, our lower halves are soaked by the rain within about 90 seconds ... and jetlag kicks in.
Back to the hotel we go, into bed and after about 3 hours sleep, we finally drag our lazy bones out of bed, take a shower and lo and behold ...
It has been interesting using the metric system again for distances and the euro for cash rather than the Great British pound. We will back to using our pound notes and pence once we return to England tomorrow.
Our late morning stop was at the famous Guinness Brewery. More than half the beer consumed in the country (including Northern Ireland) is produced at the brewery. The most famous ale is the dark stout which Arthur Guinness ...
The morning started off with our new favorite breakfast consisting of porridge with Bailey's and vegetable crepes. We hit the road early, wanting to get an early start on our drive north to Dublin. On our way, we stopped off at the town of Kildare to explore Bridget's namesake Cathedral. St. Brigit's Cathedral was rather unassuming, considering it is named after one of Ireland's Patron Saints. In fact, the ...
... with breakfast, which was quite a different yet enjoyable experience that we are considering implementing at home. The back to back drinking caused us to require a few rest mornings, for one of these we went on another walking tour and saw some of Munich’s beautiful city amidst all the crowds. On our last day we ventured into the Oide Wiesn, which is a section that is still a more traditional Oktoberfest as it was in days gone by. Here we felt like real Bavarians until ...
It had been a long day of walking so headed back to the hotel along Grafton Street where I picked up a ...