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... which is even more densely packed with bars than the rest of Dublin (and that's saying something!), and found them both on a table, right next to the stage with live music, with a couple of Irish blokes. Not unexpected really! We quickly grabbed a beer and joined the table, and I practically attacked Grandma with hugs in the process (I know she loved it). The pub was packed, and absolutely pumping thanks to the live Irish music blaring right next to us! We ...
This is rather late as heaps to think about - luckily I made some notes as we went. Picked up from hotel at 8.50pm, thought great we have the front seat again but noooooo way, we boarded another which was so full we had to sit in the middle. Our first stop was Carrickfergus Castle when it was originally built in 1177 it was surrounded 3/4 by water, now thru land reclamation only 1/3 is edged with water. We only had time to take a couple of pics. It's a huge ...
... And then go home and listen to Ray sing
"I believe to my soul" after school' ('Got To Go Back')
'On a golden autumn day
All my dreams came true in Orangefield
On a throne of Ulster day
You came my way in Orangefield
How I loved you then in Orangefield
Like I love you now in Orangefield' ('Orangefield')
9 The site of the Maritime Hotel
'Blues come rollin’
Down to all your avenue
Won’t stop at the ...
... I am going.I hopped on the bus at 8:30 (joy of an early wake up) and
straight away met a guy from Dublin. We talked a little bit, said we would swap
emails but instead crashed out.We were both going to Belfast so there was plenty of time.We got to the ship, and I got through security first. I went
off to the bathroom.I had this thought like ‘what if everyone ...
... an air raid shelter. It was built and rebuilt three times, was Norman architecture, inhabited in the 13th century by Hugh de Lacy and the place where William111 (of Orange, Dutch later King of England and hence the Orangemen, loyalists of modern day) first set foot on Irish soil. It has been renovated to represent its Norman beginnings and the way of life in the Middle Ages. We were only there for a short 20 minute stop so didn't have time to take the tour inside for which ...