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Travel Blogs from Howth
Wednesday was my last full day in Dublin, and Steve suggested that we (Carol, Don & me) take the train to Howth.
Great idea - I got to see the sea again after a whole year, and it was suitably windy but not quite stormy.
Howth is a quaint little village, very old looking and with a slow, relaxed feel to it. A place I could be quite happy living in if I didn't have to leave it too often.
We went up ...
... so sweet, and coming from Boston where probably more than half of my close friends are boys, its really nice to meet some solid ladies. We tried the beer they brewed on site, which was amazing and cheap, and asked the bartender to make us a "fun shot". Apparently they don't do fun shots here, and apparently this made us memorable because we ran into this bartender again at the beer festival the next day! By the way, he did end up making us a ...
... of Dublin, Ireland. It is on a peninsula of the same name at the north of Dublin Bay. Originally just a small fishing village, Howth with its surrounding rural district is now a busy suburb of Dublin, with a mix of dense residential development and wild hillside, all on the peninsula of Howth ...
... they let the police use to rest their horses during the day on breaks. I wanted to ride one, but apparently that is frowned upon by the police. Also - the antlers on the wall are from an extinct species of mini-deer. There are only a couple of these found in good condition and 1 was donated to the historical society.
July 12 - We went to the fishing town of Howth. It was so beautiful. More hiking to the tops of hills, but these were little ones, not like Wicklow where I ...
... br> I took the best red ladybud's style bike and I traveled to the picturesque peninsula - Howth.
15 km by old Dutch crash was a little tiring ,but profitable,because..
the best welcome - a competition for the best bagpipe
green grass, people with fish and chips paper boxes and greasy fingers ;p (ok I just don't eat fried stuff ) and me ,alone , freshly abandoned but happy , free like a bird !
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