Clontarf Court Hotel
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... oooing and ahhhing. I’m not sure if that is all French or if they were just from a big city and had never seen them before. I guess I’ll find out when I go to France in a couple weeks.
One neat thing about Ireland’s countryside is that rather than having a wire or wooden fence, there are hedgerows, or fences that have bushes overgrowing them, or rows of trees. It creates a feeling of being part of nature. Of course the giant electricity towers tend ...
... had a fabulous Tour Director though and he made the trip. His knowledge was extraordinary and his jokes great . He had a great sense of humor. Our group was fairly compatible and, per our TD, the most on time group he has ever had. Only one person was late once because he got lost getting back to the bus.
I wish I could remember all the facts our TD related, but here are some.
... places for your souvenirs. That is what I can look forward to now. I will put all the photos and stories together into a photobook. I also plan on looking up some recipes to try, like brown bread or fish cakes, so I can remember the tastes of the trip. Drinking Guinness, eating fish and chips, seeing pictures of castles or green fields, will always remind us of our wonderful two weeks in Ireland. These memories are something we can hold onto ...
... then we walked back to our hotel along a different route.
Tomorrow we have a local guide and bus tour around the city, we'll see Trinity College and the Book of Kells, and I'm guessing the kids are really looking forward to the free time in the afternoon for some shopping and using up the rest of their Euro before we head to the UK on Saturday!
... and a further one million emigrated.
We had a panoramic Tour of Dublin City, before stopping off at Dublin Castle for a guided tour. The original Castle was built in the 12th century and was the seat of British rule until 1922. There has always been some form of the Castle on this sight.
The first sign of change came with the Easter Uprising in 1916. After ...