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so lydia is taking me to some secret, wonderful place. everyone she tells about where we are going gets so excited. im therefore very excited. my back has been hurting a lot lately, though, so the 2 and a half hour drive worries me. but i tried to be proactive today ...
... the mountain, it
After the caves, we arrived to the main
destination of the trip: Cliffs of Moher. As I said the weather was completely amazing:
nice sunshine with no wind and a temperature of 18 degrees. We had a nice view
on the ocean and the Araan Islands. We walked on the top of the Cliffs and the
view was totally amazing. After the Cliffs we went to Doolin town to enjoy a
... cross now in Dublin's National Museum, and the illuminated manuscript "The Book of the Dun Cow," now in an Oxford University library. Two High Celtic crosses in the visitors' center demonstrate the sophistication of stone sculpture in medieval Ireland, and the remains of such buildings as the Nuns' Church and the Cathedral, dating from the 10th century, are fine examples of ...
... think about how many other thousands of lips had touch the stone before me.
After climbing back down the castle, we headed towards the poison garden which had a bunch of poisonous plants and signs about them. There was a funny moment in there when we went past a tobacco plant and the signs mentioned its the #1 killer plant in the garden and then right next to us a old lady starts to light up her cigarette. There were quite a few names I recognised in the ...
... whom was born in Kilkenny in the year 1263. In her time she gained much notoriety not least because she acquired four husbands (!) and a considerable fortune. Her enemies eventually conspired to accuse her of witchcraft and have her burned at the stake. It is now generally accepted that the charges against Dame Alice and her associates were trumped up but what is on record as been certainly true is that Kyteler's Inn was "a place of merrymaking ...