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... hour because the bus people never caught up! As we finished up our walking tour back from the far end of the "park", the bus crowd was just heading "up river." We are so good! Great stop! We were done by noon and off to our next adventure.
We decided to stop for a bowl of soup at a the Avoca Woolen Mill. Turned out it was a real working woolen mill and not just a showroom. It was open to ...
... outrageously overpriced sandwich from the bar for lunch. Since we were in such a rush in Dublin, we didn't have much time to grab cash from the ATM ahead of time, and so I didn't have much extra for this trip. After lunch, we walked around one of the paths, with some absolutely stunning views for a few hours. Then we went back to check in and nap, still sore from hiking yesterday. For dinner, we walked to the Wicklow Heather restaurant, which was a short ...
I am off to visit my first Irish Brittons today. I boarded the dart train from Dublin to Greystones arriving at around 1:30pm. We travel along the coast line and although it is raining I'm enjoying seeing the sea.
Today I met John and Kay. John is my grandad’s (Kevin, dad’s dad) cousin. John and Kay and there two daughters, Efa and Ona, came to visit us in Australia 9 years ago and they remember the trip and the BBQ ...
... who came across with us asked when the boat would be back because it just was too hot for them. We all laughed when we saw the boat going back with everyone who came across with us on it. Stuart and the kids were on the edge of the water when a grey seal just popped up in front of them. Kids were just bouncing all over the place with excitement. We had a lovely day on the island beach with our picnic lunch. We decided we would head home at 4, only problem was the ...
... epanses of grass, and plants in bloom. There were some gardeners removing or dividing bulbs from one of the flower beds. We walked up to Trinity College and went on a "30 minute" tour which was actually 90 minutes of walking around the school, learning of its architecture and history and then going into the library to see the Book of Kells and the very wonderful Long Hall Library where the ...