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... up our our adventures so far. After that we go to the bar in the lobby for a late lunch as it is around 2pm. First thing we do is order some pints of Guinness. This was like liquid gold, it was amazing, far better than the stuff back in Perth. There will be plenty move of them drunk over the coming days. After a couple of pints, and discussions of what we were going to do for the day, we ventured outside to get some cash and then we walked ...
Dawn here on our final morning in Dublin. Today was the first morning we took our time and relaxed during our breakfast and enjoyed a second cup of coffee. Having a better feel for the city permitted us the extra time since we knew how far, and in what direction to walk, to catch the bus to the airport.
We all managed to close our suitcases that now contained our various purchases made in the cities we visited. We said a fond farewell to our hosts at the B&B and headed ...
Saturday 6th September Yet another fine day! Got our selves sorted after a very late arrival at our accommodation at 12.45am and set off for the local town of Cullompton for some food supplies. Back home, then off to Exeter for a bit of a look around. Drove to the outskirts and used the Park and Ride system into town. So easy and appropriate for us. Town was very busy with the inner area filled with shoppers, such a nice day to be out. Wandered down to the quayside area beside the ...
... free time to amble. Our tour director Carmel is very well spoken and is like a walking library. Early start tomorrow as we are heading to Belfast.
Irish novelist, noted for his experimental use of language in such works as Ulysses (1922) and Finnegans Wake (1939). During his career Joyce suffered from rejections from publishers, suppression by censors, attacks by critics, and misunderstanding by readers. ...
... Kay was a little tired after the long trip but was delighted when she was greeted so warmly by Anna and very quickly said that the long trip was worth it. Over the next few days Kay was very keen to keep up with us – "I might miss something" was the usual comment when we suggested that she stay home and have a rest!
After a couple of days we headed west to Galway to see Paddy, Noel and their three delightful children. Their property 15 ...