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... Given that it was not only valentines day, but also the night of the France - Ireland Six Nations rugby match (which must have made for some interesting times for those sports fans whose partners aren't...) there were a -lot- of people out and about. I didn't even bother trying to go to a restaurant for dinner, and instead had a very nice toasted club sandwich from a cafe not too far from the hotel. Then it was back to the hotel to pack up and get ready to shift cities yet again.
She sits, cross armed and waits, always waiting. Her heart beats sporadically. She shouldn't even be alive, the heart specialist wrote her off years ago. Yet somehow she forges on. She will not give in, so many people depend on her. She's a grandmother, two younger generations should by all rights be taking care of her. Now is her time to sit back, to take stock, to be revered and adored. But the fates said it would not be so. This ...
... they took their last breath together and disappeared to the 'land of forever young'. Those who kiss the stone are given the 'gift of gab'. When Cromwell came to Ireland he brought cannonballs which changed castle design. Older castles had slit windows to prevent entry of enemies. Since cannonballs destroy walls, this eliminated the need of the narrow slit window. After walking thru the Blarney gardens which included poison garden, a fern garden ( with 6ft tree ferns) & a ...
We had lunch at a restaurant called the church. It’s literally an old church with memorials and an organ and crosses with tables that are served for lunch and dinner. I had spinach ravioli with arugula lettuce. It was really good but sooo much food so I shared with my professor and everyone else at our table. There were five us at the table and having Dr. Dahl at our table was really cool because we just got to talk to him about ...
... back to the visitors centre and had some lunch there out of the rain and a look around at the things they had on display. They had a big screen where you could do a "bird's" view of the cliffs. It was like a 2D version of what it would be like looking through a birds eyes while they were flying up and down and around the cliffs. May of made Sim feel a little ill so we didn't watch it for long. After our visit it was back on the bus to drive through to Galway. We had a quick ...