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We were met at the airport by our Chauffeur from Etihad which was a cool experience. He explained about the bad weather we should expect as it's been horrible even by Ireland's standards. Never the less I was overwhelmed with excitement, I had been looking forward to visiting my Sister and her family for many years and I am now only 20 minutes away …
... red London Bus and thought it's worth an appearance in my new Blog.
When I arrived on at the stadium I met up with my friends at the nearby Clyde Court Hotel.
First thing I realized was that football (or soccer for those who call gealic footfall just football) fans are much more civilized in Ireland than in Germany. There was no pointless shouting or throwing bottles, just a few friends or families who went to ...
... Pete's first pint of Irish
Guinness, drunk with lovely fish cakes and salad. Interesting pub. Moved
on to Wicklow, Arklow and then eventually to Waterford. Both Pete and
Gill a little bit jet lagged (32 hours of travel) plus us getting a bit
confused about finding our B&B in Tramore, down the coast from
Waterford. The hostess was out and her husband was ...
... creamy yellow stone, quarried locally. Bath, named for the Roman Baths that were originally built there during the Roman Empire, as a place people went to to bath in hot mineral springs, as it was thought that it had curative properties. The Roman Baths are still there, but these days they are filled with slimy green water that the lady who issued us our tickets was adamant we were not to touch due to high bacteria counts. Yuck! After having a look at the Roman Baths, the two ...
... pint) and the view from the top of the building. You can see pretty much all of Dublin from there. Somehow managing to finish our late-morning pints, we continued on to St. Patrick's Cathedral and Dublin Castle, which was closed. (These pictures are on my camera, so I'll try to upload them another day.) Our appetites fully worked up, we ate at The Larder, a restaurant near Temple Bar. We kept it simple with some fish and chips, followed ...
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Great tasty food, lots of Beer on tap. Great value for money.
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