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We had lunch at a restaurant called the church. It’s literally an old church with memorials and an organ and crosses with tables that are served for lunch and dinner. I had spinach ravioli with arugula lettuce. It was really good but sooo much food so I shared with my professor and everyone else at our table. There were five us at the table and having Dr. Dahl at our table was really cool because we just got to talk to him about ...
... who are not used to seeing the sun. It did beat all of the castles in Utah so far. Second full day without rain!!!
After a good long walk back to our home-away-from-home, we are in for the night. We are each still recovering from jet lag. The pub crawls will have to wait for the neighborhood varieties when we finally get out of town to the rural areas.
... of new foods and customs. Who knew Salmon and grapefruit was a breakfast dish!
I have done some exploring around Dublin, but mostly just going into town to grocery shop and pick up things for the apartment. It is safe to say that the store "Tesco" has become Lucy and I's best friend! Last week we got a free shuttle to IKEA, which is always an adventure! Lucy and I were told the wrong location for the bus so we had to sprint and wave down the bus ...
My next stop after Barcelona was Ireland, I stayed there for 10 days. Five of those days were spent in Dublin, at my Great Aunty Noreen's house, the other 5 days were spent in Connemara, 5 hours drive West of Dublin. In Connemara, we stayed at my Uncle Demo's holiday house.
I’m going to do this section of my blog in 2 entries, Family/Dublin and Connemara.
My dad has lots of relatives ...
... and the place was packed. Shops open 12-6pm.....everyone in Ireland is shopping, eating Ice cream and drinking! We had to join in! Of course I didn't get to do any shopping, but we certainly had an ice cream and visited several pubs. Now on the outside the pubs look like an oldey worldy house......inside.....well, they go on forever.....three or four floors high, with stairs and balconies and lots and lots of tv's showing the world ...