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... in our room. The first night we were here we could hear music from the pub across the street ( we requested a quiet room!). So the first pub music we heard was Tequila on a trombone!!! No trad at that pub. While we were in the initial pub last night we heard: Ring of Fire, Country Roads, and Momma Mia. And they were supposed to have trad music! EEK! In fact I've heard several Abba songs since we've been here...!
Also, this is the ...
... history is that when the Guinness family commenced their business they leased the land from the government for a few hundred pounds a year, for the next 9,000 years. The original lease document is on display under the glass floor when you first enter the storehouse. The storehouse building is in the shape of a pint glass - only it is seven stories high. The tour is an interactive self paced tour, with very detailed information about each step of the process of making ...
... other days. There seems to be something new and different every time we step out on to the street. The last museum we visited had to be of course The Little Museum of Dublin just down the way from our hotel. An interesting small space with a U2 exhibit on the third floor. We visited St. Patrick's Cathedral yesterday and again we were treated to some beautiful music We will try to get the video in this blog but if we fail to so check ...
... as are the 20,000
volumes of books dating back to 1000 AD in the library at Trinity College,
called The Long Room. It's amazing how perfect their handwriting was back then.
After finding a chocolate shop and a 1950s style diner for lunch (complete with
jukeboxes), it was time to go back to the ship for my field lab for History of
Musical Theater, which was really exciting!
My field lab was to go to the opening of Dirty Dancing: The
Musical! First, we went ...
... songs were very cool, and they had us sing along on the easier and more fun ones. A few songs later they brought out some drums and called up volunteers. Two drummers from my class went up, and next thing I knew someone was literally pulling my chair out and dragging me on stage. My only drumming experience is with Rock Band and I never even did well on that. It was a super cool experience though. The performers played a tune and we drummed along with them (I was playing as simple a ...