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In Chester seeing the timbered buildings known as the "Rows" before travelling along the scenic North Wales coast to the Island of Anglesey, on our way Holyhead. Crossing the Irish Sea on the ferry to Dublin, the Irish Capital.
... these areas as it gave me some ideas of where to look for places to live and how far out it would make sense to be. I also took public transit for the first time with only slight confusion! Afterwards Jaelynn and I went a grabbed some chicken at a place called Nando’s and now here I am back in bed writing this!
Tomorrow morning we are planning on being up for about 5:30am to be back at the bureau for 6:00am to hopefully guarantee ourselves a to get it ...
... to get on the tour bus and stay on there until stop 22, we should be able to get off there and after crossing the bridge over the Liffey would be at The Brazen Head. We were booked arrive there at 6 for a 6:30 show. That was the theory. Then there was rush hour traffic and all the hold ups with huge areas of road works where they were putting in more tram lines... we decided to get off at stop 19 and run for it, then more rain was threatening and we ...
... But we didn't care! Plus there was live music! We found a spot right next to the local performer and ordered our new favorite Irish whiskey, Bushmills, and a sandwich. It was so fun! After hanging out there for a while we decide move on. We head back to the hotel and go into Bono's Octagon Bar. Unfortunately Bono wasn't there :( but the bartender said Bono is a really nice guy. I felt special hoping that I ...
... with my gloved hands. For the afternoon our group split up based on interests. Many shopped for Irish souvenirs and others ventured into museums and strolled around Dublins's city streets to see the sights. My group visited the Irish Nat'l Museum to see the recently exhumed "bog men" whose ancient bodies were well preserved by the peat bogs of Ireland. We could make out pained facial expressions, body hair, fingernails and ...