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... tower in perfect original condition. The walls over 10 feet thick so it is very strong.
After the waking tour, where we saw some ruins and churches and more Viking things then went to the pub for a .... Lemonade!
Tomorrow we go on another ferry and head for Wales
Thanks for reading and your comments.
Matt and Zach
PS - sorry it has taken a while to post this blog but better late than never! Watch this space for Wales, Bath, Stonehenge ...
... little too early for our 8 pm dinner and celtic music/dancing evening so we walked around Dublin taking in the sights of Temple Bar (where we FINALLY heard some actual Irish music. I, for one, was getting sick of old American music- which is played everywhere!) We walked along the river down to where we could see the docks and then just sat and took in the city. I think at this point, we were just ready for the day to end so we ...
... we left the show for the day we took in the medium-weight cobs class - very interesting as there are two judges and each judge rides each horse around the ring (after the riders have done all the usual walk/trot/canter). They also inspect the horses closely (like in a halter class at home) before pronouncing the winners.
Tonight we had a nice dinner in a pub down the street and are back in our rooms resting up for more horse show fun ...
... kiss the stone of eloquence - definitely an invention of some complicated Victorian tourism plan! Consensus among the group was that not everyone would kiss the stone, and maybe some of the more loquacious members might want to abstain for the harmony of the group. After descending the narrowest, twistiest stairs we've seen thus far what had been a light sprinkle turned quickly into a bit of a ...
Ireland is an island, 612 ks long by 270 ks wide. It is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, Celtic Sea, Irish Sea and St George's Chanel. It is divided into 4 Provinces, then 32 Counties - 26 Republic of Ireland and 6 Northern Ireland. The Republic of Ireland, gained its independence in 1922 and Northern Ireland is still ruled by Britain. It is a very Georgian city.