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... than it looks. To prove it, I even have a certificate. Can I add it to my resume? 7. After a quick lunch at a pizza place, we explored Trinity College, the oldest college in Europe. I also just missed walking around a college campus. It was such a sunny beautiful day to discover Ireland's best known collegiate institution. 8. Nap time! 9. We began our search for dinner at 7:00pm. There is a nice bar/restaurant right next door to our hostel. After everyone got a ...
... as well! At the end of the tour our guide suggested a local pub for a meal and a pint and so off we went. Because we had been apart of the tour we were given meal discount cards which usually means you get a smaller portion because you're not paying full price. Well this was not the case in Dublin! Ryan chose an Irish stew and I chose the collar of bacon and when I went to collect our meals from the carvery I was asked if I wanted 'everything' with my meals. Of ...
... be a painful experience at times. After a short delay to replace some lighting tubes, boarding began.
I was group five.
The last to board.
Considering I had checked in for the first flight that morning around 8am and been allocated a boarding group and seat at that stage, it makes me wonder how these decisions are arrived at. I headed down the gangway onto the plane and approached my seat. The lady in ...
Day 6. Shopping! Today was a day where all we did was shop. This was actually the fist day I had been in any shops here in Dublin. First we went to Hard Rock Cafe, yes I am very aware they have those in America, but we were so hungry and that was the first place we saw. We then went to a tourist shop where there I bought friends and ...
... highlight of my first
trip to Ireland turned out to be a bus tour. For 35 Euro, I was transported
back 5,000 years. A bonus was the nonstop history of everything Irish by the amazing
Mia as we traveled in comfort to the oldest astronomically aligned Neolithic
monuments in the world, Newgrange and the Hill of Tara. Older than Stonehenge, or the Egyptian
Pyramids, they are a must see for anyone traveling to the area. The visitor center at NewGrange ...