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We arrive to our hotel and check in. We have about 1.5 hours
till dinner. Jess and I plan our next weeks itinerary after figuring out the
London side trip. We figure out our route we will take and figure out what
sites will see. We book our Bed and Breakfasts in Kinsale, Dingle and then Shannon.
The last full day of our guided tour …
... no unguided tours. Yep, it was our tour guide. Thus commenced the monotoned account of what happened in the gaol during the troubles. 'Ben' our guide had a few challenges. In addition to a bad head cold, he had a serious chip on his shoulders and a strong opinion about the English oppressors. We learned of the 1916 Easter risings of the revolutionaries against the English and the fate of the leaders, who were eventually overcome, surrendered and the leaders were held ...
... were housed in dark rooms. The collection included the second oldest Quran in the world and some bible quotes from Peter on papyrus paper dated 150 BC. Now if I can remember 10% of all the stuff I learned that would be incredible. The world is an amazing place, and there is so much to learn. Then we had visited the St. Audoen's Church, the only remaining Medieval Church in Dublin. The guide gave us a ...
... as one of the must visit bridges at the Tower Bridge exhibition we saw last week in London. We had an enjoyable afternoon walking along the river and admiring the different architecture dotting the city.
We ended our day in Dublin with a quick geocache so we can now add another country to our list of caching locations and returned to the B&B just after 8pm.
We had another great day and saw many new sights which will remain in our memories for years to ...
... of the show, and wrote many of the episodes, and he has since gone on to star in major hollywood films, so he's really cool.
I got in line for his 'book signing' afterwards, awkwardly with my guitar and bag full of chocolate that my aunt Mary gave me, I was the last person in line, "cue" as they say here, and I kept thinking of what I was going to say to him and I was soo overwhelmed when I met him, it just was surreal! I made it back to Clontarf ...