Fatima House B&B
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... would be complete without a little beer & whiskey! First stop, Guinness for a tour and tasting. Then on to Jameson's for a little more. So, who knew that Irish Whiskey was created by a Scot?! No wonder I like both Whisky & Whiskey!!
Tomorrow . . . on to Kilkenny . . .
... guided tour. The reward this time was a full pint of Guinness on the seventh floor, a large open room with floor to ceiling windows exposing a wet but lovely view of Dublin. I now know for sure that I don't like Guinness. Apparently I'm a Jameson girl.
I sweet talked Don into taking a taxi back to the ship, rather than proving to ourselves that we had truly mastered public transportation. After a shower and a drink, we went to ...
... you the kind that sees signs, that sees miracles? Or do you believe that people just get lucky? Or, look at the question this way: Is it possible that there are no coincidences?"
I'll end with an interesting concept brought to conversation by Alexander Gibbs, the Osteopath at BodyMed. He was discussing some of his knowledge about TaiChi and Eastern practices and spoke about heaven and earth, and how the earth is made of fluid and matter, while heaven is made of air ...
... whole place a lot more authentic.
One thing to keep in mind while walking Dublin is that the maps aren't drawn to scale. This was a fact we discovered when trying to walk to Dublin's goal - a journey which looked like it would take 15-20 min (judged by previous distances we had walked) and ended up taking around 45 minutes.
While Dublin is nice, do take the opportunity to go to other parts of Ireland. On our last day, we took a trip to the ...
... the British lifestyle. The least interesting topic was technology's influence on sport. I just never had a feel for what she was trying to accomplish with the lecture. Tonight we went to several pubs to a grab. A couple of the notables are Cobblestone which had live traditional Irish music being played by a group and The Church. The Church was turned into a pub about a decade ago, and it was actually the church that the founder of Guinness was married ...