Fatima House B&B
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... was impressive and worth an over an hour visit.
We did a lot of walking and last minute shopping in the city center. We crossed the Half Penny bridge and wandered through the Temple Bar neighborhood. As always, we met a few characters along the way. You have got to love the Irish!
We fly home tomorrow - it seems like we have been here more than 9 days. I could stay a few more . . .
... I had seen some of the country side and many of the cities that out classmates were traveling to that I would just stay in the city and have a Mia day. I slept in for the first time ever then woke up and mosied my way to the shuttle then walked around for a bit. I got some wifi then found a restaurant offering the traditional irish breakfast. My waiter was super nice and told me about the area and where the locals went to the bar and just talked to me and ...
... tour. Neither of us like Guinness or appreciate it but for some reason signed up for the tour (probably because it included dinner). The tour was awesome and we wish we had more time to explore as there were so many things to see. I loved hearing about the guy who started Guinness and what he put in place for his workers (free health care, family days, accommodation, meals for the workers). Just like the Heineken Experience - The Guiness ...
... Uncle Paul’s house with two of my cousins. While I was over at their house, only two of Paul and Sheila’s 6 kids were home, Heather (the oldest) was working in India, Millie was at the wedding, along with Neasa. Joe who was at Scout camp, which only left Stephen and Hannah at the house with their Uncle Paddy, and Aunt Brid, along with Brid’s sister, who is also Stephen and Hannah’s Aunt, Sinead (sorry if I spelt ...
... than normal - good combination for our trip!
Our last stop of the day, before driving into Dublin for the night, was the Hill of Tara, in County Meath. The Hill of Tara has been an important part of Irish history for thousands of years. It is part burial mounds and has also been used by some of the Kings of Ireland. On top of the hill are a few monuments and 306 degree views of the surrounding countryside.It was certainly an enjoyable visit and it was awesome being in ...