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Tuesday was my first full day in Dublin. A city I had often travelled through but never had the opportunity to explore.
I am not a great city loving person so have decided to just go for the main tourist spots to visit during this short break.
I had taken the decision to mainly walk everywhere so as to soak up the atmosphere. Much can be …
... 8217;ll get stronger as the trip goes on but right now it’s just a hassle. I’ve decided to number the pictures I post so I can relate them to a particular part in the blog. Insert picture #1 here which shows the bruises my bag gave me.
On the subject of pictures. I’m trying to take less and be in the moment more so most pictures won’t be of day to day stuff like traveling but of things like three thousand year old castles (stay tuned for ...
Our final day in Ireland started with an email/phone call from AA at 4:15 AM saying our flight would be delayed at least 30 minutes. There were storms in Charlotte the night before. Our Tour Director took us to the airport at 6:15 AM since you are required to be there 3 hours early. We went through check in and security and then went through US Customs. There is no additional custom's check when ...
The most meaningful to us were the sights on the countryside. I have implanted in my head the shades of green on the rolling hills, sprinkled with white dots of sheep from the distance. The squares bordered off by darker shrubbery made the land look like an artfully crafted quilt. We also enjoyed the feeling of calm that swept in when we were driving through the small country roads. We will miss the luxury of going out for dinner every ...
... left for new job opportunities, and some in the 20th century left after Ireland split from Great Britain. There are definitely some thespians in our group - in particular Bertha (as portrayed by Jay & Michael) tugged at our heartstrings.
Once we got into Dublin we walked to dinner through St. Stephens Green, and then across the River Liffey. Again, the kids thought it was great to ...