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... that side of town turned rather raggedy and the spire got a few new names like, “the pin in the bin” and “the stiletto in the ghetto.”
I didn’t take a picture.
From there we went to Trinity College (pic 7, the oldest building on campus) where I learned the Book of Kells was actually stolen from the Scottish, but it was the Irish who did all the artwork. I also learned that there is a special test you have to take to become ...
She stands at the back door and raises her face to the sun, the morning sun, but powerful and full of heat nonetheless. She pictures her mother in the same position, knowing that they shared a love of the simple things in life. It is these small, seemingly mundane activities from which she gets so much pleasure, that she most regrets her mother can no longer enjoy. For that very reason she must reap the benefits of living, ...
... books in Ireland. It has a stock of 3,000,000 volumes housed in 8 buildings. The old library is a sight to see arranging books from largest to smallest as you go upward. We also viewed the Book of Kells, written over 1,000 years ago - lavishly decorated in Latin of the 4 gospels. For lunch we are at the Winding Stairs named after Yeats poem and in honour of the winding staircase. ...
... fill of these sites.
I knew Karyn was looking forward to going home; but even I wasn't prepared for just how excited she got ...
... stand, next to the council buildings. Apparently when the buildings were under construction, there was a large amount of viking ruins discovered underneath the site. The case ended up in the high court, and they eventually gave the go-ahead for the construction, burying the ruins again. This made a lot of Dubliners rather unhappy, but there wasn't anything that could be done.
From there we headed down to Temple Bar, the nightlife capital of Dublin. This is where ...
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