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... kneel all along. No pictures or videos allowed. That would be disrespectful anyway.
We went to supper at an Italian place near the hotel. I've not been feeling real sporty today. I'm hoping I'm just tired and traumatized digestively from those darn peas. I thought maybe a nice cheese pizza would help. Phil and Weezy had some kind of pasta with steak and compangoli sauce. Every body's food was really tasty. Phil wanted to keep ...
... not only did we find some very pretty handmade items but we also had a very nice chat with the artisans who run the shop. They gave us plenty of recommendations for restaurants on the rest of our trip across Ireland. Hours later when we passed by on the way back to our hotel, they waved at us through the front window. Irish people are very friendly.
When we stopped in front of the Temple Bar (the bar is named after the ...
... and quite creepy to be in the jail, standing in the same places as those who were executed there did, only about 75ish years before us.
We learned the center of the jail, where there is a big open space and all the rooms face the center of the room, has been used in many movies.
If you remember from the last blog post, I talked about a James Connolly? Well his story ends here. Once he was tried, and convicted ...
... it's made it to NZ.
Tour over and walk back out of the city to our B&B and a stop at an indian restaurant tonight for a bite to eat.
Guess it's time now to try and get everything back in the suitcases ready for our cross to Wales tomorrow.
It will be farewell to Ireland and it has been great and would certainl recommend to anyone wanting to come. Definitey got our favourite towns!
There are many iconic places to see in Dublin. Trinity College, Dublin Castle but off the path on Abbey Road ( yes there is an Abbey Road in Dublin as well) there is a leprachaun Museum. A great magical spot for kids where super scale furniture makes you feel like a lucky little leprechaun as you trail through story tellers of Irish folklore and you then end at the pot of gold.....of enormous ...