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... of salmon throughout. The roast-beef was the best I've ever had; It cut like butter and was super buttery and flavorful. The vegetables were great as well; it really felt like a home-cooked meal (Yes Mom and Mrs. Camberdella, we both miss your home-cooked meals no matter how good some of the food has been)!
After our 45-minute allotted time for lunch, we headed back on the bus and up to the Cliffs of Moher. Our tour guide warned us about the winds and boy was ...
... but very very expensive!
Day 4: Today we made it to the hire car company without any incidents but it took an hour to be 'processed' and finally get our car, a zippy little white VW Golf. We headed straight for Glendalough for a gander at the ruins of the Monastic City that was founded by St Kevin in the 6th century. The kids were amazed at the ruins and the lop sided and falling apart headstones. We walked to the top lake and back ...
... have occupied Ireland for 700 years. The actual castle burned in the late 1700s - yes it was all stone and mortar on the outside with 8' thick walls, but the inside was all wood. The current castle is a lovely stately building built in the 1800s. It was home of the Viceroy of Ireland until independence was achieved. Now the President of Ireland uses it for State occasions - so it's kind of like the ...
... side of St. Stephen's Green from our hotel. That gave us the opportunity to walk through the park again.
For dinner and evening entertainment today, I booked tickets yesterday to the Merry Ploughboy's traditional music and dinner show. We also used their transportation which was a good idea. The pub is a twenty minute drive from the hotel, and we were picked up by a taxi that had already picked up two ...
Today was our day to farewell Scotland. We had a early breakfast at the hotel and boarded an Aer Lingus ATR72-600 for the flight to Dublin. We sat down for a while and had coffee before meeting up with our Tour Director, Tom Horgan and a few of our fellow travellers. ...