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Sad to leave our delightful b&b, but alas we have things to do, places to go. Our first stop for today Waterford and a tour of the Waterford Crystal factory, just amazing to watch. There were so many beautiful pieces of crystal I wanted to bring home. Gave Steve a few heart attacks in here, you would think I have a tendency to knock things over lol. Then it was onto Wexford where we walked around a surprising town which ...
... past it to explore a little more before doubling back (very tempted to write "Dublin back"). After a quick verbal confirmation we were above 18, we bought our tickets and headed into the 6 floor self guided tour which felt more like a museum than any brewery tour we've been on. It included both the modern production techniques used as well as the historic development. On the 4th floor, the real fun started with a tasting experience where ...
I was so busy with life the last two weeks that I ended up writing the last 2 weeks during the week of 4/27, so some details are lost from the memory hemisphere, but heres my best go at it, though now I can look back and say, 'wow, that was a brilliant week!' and it was :-)
Monday and tuesday I attended Aoife's last two classes at DCU. And I can't recall if I spoke about Griffith Avenue, but its europes longest laned avenue which is cool, it just goes on and ...
... and lay outs for future projects. We saw some amazing things while going to the NAC. Our next stop was the Leinster rugby club. Leinster is one of the best rugby creams in the world right now as they have won two championships in a row. This facility we learned about the club and how the social media helps outreach to its customers. This facility was awesome it would be so fun to go to a ...
... see in the world are in Ireland and some in England.
-River of Shannon: It's the longest river in Ireland and England. It comes down to the middle or Ireland
Industries: Tourism is huge here. Last year, there were 7 million visitors, and 7.5 million this year.
-Tea rooms onthe way up to the Cliffs that have a wait of 3 months because people that have come over to the port love the tea and cheesecake and spread the word.