The Ballsbridge Inn
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... one in years. But in England, as I said, no stop signs, almost no stop lights, round-abouts are the English and Irish solution to moving traffic through intersections. The physical look of a round-about is a big hump of earth or clump of trees or concrete circle with flowers planted in the middle of what for us would be an intersection. The hump or clump or concrete circle can be 10 feet or 20 yards in diameter.
Hang on to your steering wheel: You enter the ...
We left Kilkenny this morning for our final destination, Dublin. We stopped at a little farmer's market near the Kilkenny Castle right before leaving. I bought some delicious goat cheese, brie blue cheese, and olive bread. Man, that cheese was good. Unfortunately I haven't finished it yet and I don't have a fridge in the room. I am setting it on the outside window sill and hoping for the best. I plan to have some pungent cheese with my granola bar and ...
Dublin was like a coming home along the way. Almost
everything here reminded me São Paulo, taken the proper proportions, for sure !!!
Dublin is a city of drizzle, has four weather during the day, and the typical
days here are gray and rainy. To complete the wind is really strong. The number
of Brazilians walking on O'Connell Street is almost as if I was in Paulista Av
(the most popular avenue in Brazil). I listen to all corners of our Portuguese.
People are ...
... beer, and to separate you from some of your cash. We enjoyed the tour but you really don't get to go inside the real production facility.
We found our B&B for our last two accommodations before we depart this beautiful country. We relaxed and then went to Johnnie Fox's pub (upon recommendation of a church friend). We had a fabulous dinner and then live entertainment (Gary with his guitar) who sang traditional Irish music for two hours--wow!! The pub has ...
... to become my drink of choice for the next few months! I was loving them! And to eat, we made some sardine and salad sandwiches (sardines were on sale ok!) and then wandered around Temple Bar again before heading to bed. On day 2 of our Dublin adventure, we were going to walk around and check out a few of the landmarks. There's this great website called 'Plnnr' that I use when visiting capital cities. It's a great tool for putting together itineraries with things to do and I recommend ...