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... around this room?
5. Photo 3. These holes are deliberately positioned about one and half metres apart. The distance is not enough to mark the levels of various floor heights. What then are they used for?
6. In a building of very fine craftsmen ship and built in the Romanesque and Gothic styles why is this arch so asymmetrical? It sits in a church with perfect vaulted ceilings ...
Today was an optional tour day and I took advantage of going on the tour of the Cliffs of Moher, city of Limerick, Burren and the Corcomroe Abbey. It was another windy chilly day, but the wind at the cliffs was worse than anything we have experienced so far. The cliffs were incredible. Absolutely beautiful. The water was beautiful. A site that I had never seen before. Totally worth 60 American ...
... roamed the village of Grasmere and bought some authentic gingerbread. A customer had to spend a minimum of 10 pound in order to use a card at this gingerbread shop though. Everyone was cracking up because one of my students bought quite a bit of gingerbread since he was using his card. Good thing it was good gingerbread.
After spending some time walking around the town, we went back to our hotel and had dinner. The following day would bring us to Scotland.
... built. We climbed to the top of one of the towers for great views of the city.
We went to Sarah's house, brought in our bags and had some tea. It was nice to just sit and relax. We visited for a couple of hours before going back to town to find something to eat. Sarah suggested an Asian restaurant that had Chinese, Thai, and Indian food. We each chose our favorites and had a great meal. After dinner we went back to Sarah's to relax until ...
... myself a leather bracelet with a three leaf clover on it and a Thompson family crest pin.
After exploring the castle for a few hours, we went back to my brother and his girlfriend's place. Before dinner, it was all pretty relaxed. After dinner, it was board games and family time before bed.
That was the end of my second day.