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... a mild cloudy but fine day. Drove under the 5 mile Mersey Tunnel built in the war rather than bridge to prevent bombing. A short 30 min trip to Wales where signposts are in English and Welsh, which have a large number of consonants rather than vowels and difficult to pronounce, a very gutteral language. 20% of population in the NW speak Welsh. About 800000 sq miles, and mainly sheep farmers of mainly Celtic background. Henry VII was Welsh, and in 1536 ...
... strawberries, banana and chocolate. Oh so much chocolate draped across its entirety then was folded onto itself then slathered in more chocolate. If heaven could be described in 2 words they would be melted chocolate. After our tour of the docks of Dublin we get some Mexican food and play some card games till its dark. Good few nights in town full of history. The rest of Ireland is Promising much much more.
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... It’s a manuscript produced by monks from the 8th Century. Wish we had more time… The kids were eager to have some free time in Dublin to walk about, eat and shop. We let them shop and hang out around the Grafton Street area where it is all pedestrian. During our stroll Craig and I ran into the Rees family!!!! How fun - running into our dear friends right on the streets of Dublin!!!
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... we have stayed so far. We dropped of our things and walked to the end of the street for the Luas station and took the 1 hr ride to Tallaght. We thought it would have been much easier to find the trails than it actually was so we kinda just made our own path down by a nice river that runs through the town along a park. The town was set in the shadow of tall mountains so it was nice to look up at them as we ...
I swear there is more Irish in me then you all claim. I plan on living there at least one point in my life....sorry rents. The first day we went on a tour of the Guinness Factory. It was interesting to see how it was made to perfection and we got a taste with a 360 degree view of the city. Later that night we went to grab grub at a classic Irish restaurant and got the worlds best bangerz and mash. Afterwards we ...