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We made it! Finally, Irish eyes were smiling on us! Once we landed we made our way to the baggage claim area. We waited, and waited, and waited. Finally when we were the last ones at the carousel, we had to face the truth. Our bags had not made it. We went to the baggage claim desk to find out what had happened.
Apparantly, when we …
Starting at the start my early Ryan Air flight from Stansted Airport into Dublin, was quick, enjoyable and easy. London travellers don't be fuelled by the negative stereotype surrounding the low cost airline. From my experience I doubt you would have a much less/more desirable journey if you were to fly with BA instead. So go for Budget. Does the …
... being apart.
6am alarm set for Thursday morning, and Em and I were off to Cork with a new friend we had made in the hostel. Tanya is from Canada, studying abroad in Vienna for the Spring semester. She came to Dublin for the weekend to travel by herself, but it worked out that we all were interested in seeing the same sights. I love meeting new people who are also studying and traveling through Europe! Though Em is used to it from studying in London, Tanya and I found it ...
... The jail was used for political prisoners, as well. Many of the leaders of the Irish Revolution were housed here until they were executed. Eamon de Valera, the very last man to be kept here in 1924, later become the president of Ireland.
When we were finished with that tour, I asked the staff where Guinness was. One of them said "To see it, or to drink it?" I replied "After being here, it's a drink we ...
... Norman castle. Best selling point for me was it was free and seemed to be a picnic spot for local families.
We debated stopping at Cashel but the Rock dominated the town so much it seemed a shame to pass it by. So a whistle stop look through there. Onward down to Cork and my next detour - through The Vee and over to County Wexford. This was a lovely bit of driving over a low ...