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... and got coffee at Starbucks (one of the few places open that early) and chatted with a couple from Columbus, Ohio. Around 9:30, we walked over to Trinity College and queued up with a bunch of German tourists to see the Old Library and the Book of Kells. It is truly fascinating. You can see history close up in front of you. The Book of Kells ("turning darkness into light"), Brian Boru's harp, the Old Library, and the College's campus were all beautiful.
We still had a ...
... was in use from the 18th century up until it closed in 1926. It has been restored, but you can feel the ghosts of the past still there today. We move on tomorrow, but I could easily spend another week here and not get bored. There is a Culture Night on Friday where all of the museums, galleries, theatres and other venues have free events on. There might be another trip into Dublin in the ...
... get real food, that wasn't bad, for dinner. About the same quality as the homeless shelter. Breakfast, on the other hand, was an embarrassment, considering how many "foreigners" were on our flight. When we flew Air France to Jordan, we were given FREE Champagne and GOOD food. Air China to Viet Nam had the best eye candy! God Bless America! We think that for ...
... 2am that I realised the difference in people from one hostel to this one. Where my roommates would have been drinking and smoking at this time in the last hostel, this hostel...although we kept the drinking were talking. And Lisa, what were you talking about at 2am? Politics. Yes, you heard me right. 5 Americans, 1 English and 2 Australians were talking about politics at 2am. And that is where this day... Lisa ...
... the Four Courts building to the nearest hop on hop off bus stop.
By the time the bus got to Trinity College a light rain had started. George had packed his jacket in his luggage and was freezing. We stopped to get him a sporty new Ireland hoody to represent his Irish heritage! lol! Trinity College is Dublin's most famous educational institution. It was founded in the 16th century to give Protestant youths an alternative to ...