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... thousands of euros. The stallions have spacious accommodations. Then toured the traditional Irish and Japanese gardens; thankfully the rain from the night before stopped and it was pleasant walking. Next stop was Guinness Storehouse for the walk around, tasting and shopping. The tasting was in the Gravity Bar at the top 7th floor with fantastic panoramic views of the city. Guinness is also called Mother's Milk since it contains so much iron that it used to be recommended for ...
... the map, we decide it’s time to head over the Jameson’s for the tour. We notice that we are not that far from the Pearse train station. There we can catch a DART or commuter train to Connelly station where we can then get the LUAS over to stop by Jameson’s. When we get there, it is a 2 hour wait until the next available tour! It is packed again with other Penn Staters. So we buy our tickets for the tour then head over ...
August 12 Tuesday Liverpool to Dublin We had a relaxing night in our disabled persons room, after refusing the hospitality of a shared bed with Mr Jeppesen! ( I draw the line at sharing a bed with mother)... We don't take much rocking to get to sleep - we are both still on our first books. At this rate mum is on the re-read of The Diary of Anne Frank and won't be finished before Amsterdam in a month's time. A leisurely start to today with the bus leaving at ...
... As with a lot of these castles the gardens are the best part, absolutely beautifully laid out and tended. We drove home through the wilds of Connemara – breathtaking, ruggedly beautiful. This area deserves much more time to enjoy properly but we were on a tight schedule to get back to Dublin, pick up the van and then head to Remalton where Mum was due to catch up with friends and family.
We travelled with Mum in the van for seven days ...
... than the text. Four monks
who lived in isolation on Skellig Michael Island, 6 miles off the coast of
Ireland started it in 800 AD. They spent their entire lives working on this one
book. They lived in isolation because that is what the Christian belief was at
the time-probably because they wanted to hide from the Romans, who were pagan.
You can still visit the island to this day and see the little stone cells they
each lived in. The Book of Kells is ...