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... was created in which families could sign to be buried on the site. Three people remain on the registry to be buried there.
Our return journey is much more efficient, we make use of the larger motorways or highways. Those roads with a center line making it easier to stay on the left side of the road. I am still flinching as my side of the car nears the walls along the road.
... even let me drive the SUV back to the house (a short 2 minute trip). Fun, but weird as **** driving on that side - luckily I learned how to drive a stick before coming over. Anyways. That night, Rachel and Arthuer made us burgers, chips, and salad for dinner. While this was all going on, Lynn, Arthur, Tom and I had a massive talk about potential travel plans in Europe. It was extremely enlightening and informative, loading us with fresh ideas for our travels. Learned quite a bit ...
... sleep in a "hotelboat"! After we will travel to Belgium and Luxembourg where we are going to sleep in youth hostels. Finally, we will conclude this amazing backpack adventure in France where we are going to live in a cozy apartment located in the city center of Paris.
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... due to my feeling awful. I perked up around noon, but we did stop to eat. We also drove through several really cute towns, as well as cork. Cork seemed really neat and I'd love to stay there longer... As long as we didn't have to drive there. It was a nightmare driving in cork. Though, not quite as bad as driving in Kilkenny. We arrived, got lost, found our hostel, found a parking lot, then had ...
... firstly, it would contextualize the Book when we got a chance to see it back in Dublin at Trinity College. Secondly, the place is abandoned by tourists and there are no tour guides. That meant we were free to wander the ruins at will.
Kells Priory is a beautiful, scenic site that is now mostly in ruins and being restored, and adjacent to a small village by the same name. A ...