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... we had to explore right away and made our way to a pub called Oliver Plunkett. Here was the best night I have had in Ireland so far! There were 2 bands playing and they were both awesome. They played traditional Irish music and people were doing this Irish dance that they pulled us into. It was so cool to be in that environment because all of the clubs in Dublin make you feel like you could be in in city where as in this moment I knew I was in Ireland.
After not ...
Alas our time is nearly up. We leave for England on the 22nd. It's time to do some packing, at least of the souvenirs and some cleaning.
The grass has not been mowed since we arrived. Chris said he'd do it, but we're gone every weekend and when he gets home in the evenings there's always something better to do than mowing the lawn. How hard can it be?
First of all, hauling it out of the shed is cumbersome. There are no instructions and ...
... to Elizabeth, are the descriptive signs that relate the history of each town and hamlet. The boys are off, wandering and ogling at the trains and villages. The villages are very nicely put together, with lovely landscapes of flowers and ponds.
The place is so small that Elizabeth can be on the opposite end and still keep the boys in sight. The Village was rather pricey for what it is, but the boys are having a grand time. Indeed when Elizabeth takes their hands ...
... the magical powers of the stone. Lord McCarthy was riding his horse one afternoon, a rainy one I'm sure, when he passed a creek and found a woman drowning. He gallantly saved the woman and she turned out to be a witch! To express her gratitude, the witch granted Lord McCarthy the famous stone, and she told him to embed it into the walls of his Castle and that anyone who should kiss the stone should be able to talk his way out of anything. ...
... on the 4th of April, so I'm going to put down the tenative plans me and my 3 friends have come up with for touring Europe during April!
March 31- April 4, London, U.K.
April 4-6: Prague, Czech Republic
April 6-7: Berlin, Germany
April 7-9, Amsterdam, Netherlands
April 9, Brussels, Belgium
April 9-10, Paris, France
April 11, Lucern/ Switzerland
April 11-12, Zurrich
April 12-14, Munich, Germany
April 14, Salzburg, Austria