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... watching Kygrios win against some Canadian guy who was seeded 7th. It was a great game but I think I was the only Aussie watching the game and cheering (other than my mate Pete and the children). So Pete and Kate joined in and had a beer as well.
Dinner last night was with Sarah and her parents (Tom and Liz) at an amazing French restaurant, Pearl Brasserie after pre-dinner drinks at The ...
... back into the village and wander around for a while its back on the train. As his is my last night in Dublin its spent wandering the touristy spots like Grafton street and St Stephens Green. Plenty of people out tonight as the weather is balmy.
Not really looking forward to leaving as i have enjoyed my stay in Dublin, plus i have enjoyed the accommodation and the host, Bob. We have spent many hours chatting about a range of topics. Such a nice irish fellow.
Sunday was not nearly as crammed pack with adventuring as Saturday was. My legs were pretty sore from all the walking I did, but one of the things that I quickly realized about Dublin was how easy it is to walk places! I walked literally all over the city, from the north side of the city to the very south side yesterday, and it wasn't even that/didn't take that long. I loved it! I love being able to walk ...
... trail the guide took us on was very heavily trafficked by the locals so we got to experience some local sights and sounds as well as seeing the other half of the Olympic park. After the bike tour we came back to the hotel. We all met up at the pizza cafe for dinner then all of us split into groups and went out to experience ...
... and presents the information clearly. But nothing compares to
standing with my hands and back to the cool of a large stone inside a
prehistoric engineering feat, unmoved since 3200 BC. The whole mound is about
an acre, and the front entrance had to be reconstructed. But this inner chamber
is intact, protected by a corbelled roof of large slabs held in place by
meticulously placed small stones. There is definitely a palpable energy in this