Inn on the Liffey
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... was a huge tooth pick looking things know to the locals as the erection on the intersection. We then got on a hop on hop off bus tour where we made our way past Trinity Collage, Dublin Castle and many Churches then we got to the Guinness Factory where we took a tour around the place we didn't expect it to be so large it really was amazing we took the glass elevator to the roof and it felt like being in the willy wonka factory haha up there we had ...
– had SO many plans and intentions for today to do museums and things around Trinity, and even see the Trinity Players but I started later than I had wanted and by the time I got to merrion sq I heard from Danielle, who also goes to Northeastern! she and peeps were going to phoenix park in a bit so I thought, heck! its the 1st really beautiful day here, itd be a shame to spend it inside so lets do it! so I 1st stopped by the Carmelite Church which has ...
... I’ve seen an infant’s skeleton from the same time dug up and lovingly wrapped and cared for prior to reburying. You gotta be there to get it.
In no particular order my response to questions and comments. I’ve condensed and paraphrased all the quotes in the remainder of this comments section.
John Hill: does the “slow” traffic drive on the left side of two lanes of a four lane road. Answer: Yes, the slower traffic is ...
... the famine of the 1840s or the struggles of the ancient monks who preserved the Book of Kells. There is so much fascinating history in this country, we barely scratched the surface.
Of note, is the warmth and friendliness of the people, or the willingness to assist a stranger. What a blessing that we have been able to spend this month with the Irish and hear of their history, enjoy their delightful music and meet the people.
... As with a lot of these castles the gardens are the best part, absolutely beautifully laid out and tended. We drove home through the wilds of Connemara – breathtaking, ruggedly beautiful. This area deserves much more time to enjoy properly but we were on a tight schedule to get back to Dublin, pick up the van and then head to Remalton where Mum was due to catch up with friends and family.
We travelled with Mum in the van for seven days ...