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Bags are packed, all belongings safely resting in storage (amount of ****...I mean precious things we own... crazy!). Last typical European lunch (leftover pizza from last night), last coffee-and-vegging-in-front-of-a-TV session and alam set for 3am (painful). Asia- we'll see you in 2 days! / Plecaki spakowane, nasze rzeczy siedzą sobie radośnie ...
... Irlandesas te remetem pra época dos Vikings dentro
daqueles PUB centenários como o The Brazen Head, todos começam a bater palmas e
dançar ao ritmo da música. Até a canção mais romantica que ouvi aqui num som
acustico, só voz e violão (e aquele sotaque Irlandes numa voz deliciosamente
rouca), dentro do adorável Whelan’s Pub e não poderia ter outro lugar mais romântico
do que o bar onde foi gravado PS Eu Te amo. Ah e não poderia faltar um belo
rock and ...
... of it. One of the bartenders gave Philip directions--go up to the M1, get on going south (paying the toll again), and get off at the next exit. From there we just followed the signs.
After leaving Newgrange, we went on to the Dublin airport which was conveniently on the north side of the city. We dropped off the car which was given a brief once-over -- not the thorough examination the other car received on ...
... thing, a sort of placebo effect if you will, but my beer was delicious and totally different from what I've had before. I would've ordered a second if it was possible; also if I wasn't a little tipsy from the first :-/
I have one last fun fact about Dublin:
Ha'penny Bridge crosses River Liffey and is the most popular way to travel from one side of the city to the other. So back in the day someone built the bridge and for whatever reason charged people ...
... the coast of Scotland by a group of monks. This book was brought to Ireland for safe keeping after several raids by the Vikings (heathens that they were!). This exhibit shows how the velum was prepared (apparently 156 sheep skins were used to write these books), what kinds of ink dyes they used and the history of the writing and illustrations in the books. They have blown up pictures so you can see the detail. These monks were true artists themselves. The painstaking detail ...