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... them off we head to an internet café and get
the tickets printed off missing brekkie as it was 10 30. Now after the tickets
are printed and I put them in my bag through an act of god Briony asks to double-check
them. I still don’t know how this happened but I looked at those tickets
multiple times that morning and I never once saw the 1 in front of the 2.
Time of departure was 12 35 not 2 35.
International flights ...
... space, we finally got a more compact and maneuverable hatchback. Except for stalling at a light and a few too close encounters with the sidewalks, we are real pros at this. After a 30-min drive and another 30-min looking for a parking in streets clearly built for the width of a carriage, we finally made it to the Fleet Street Hotel, a simple hotel with no A/C, but so well located. Lunch on a patio on Bachelor's Walk, Irish IPA, shopping for ...
Up early and off for a very educational morning cathedral, church and museum. Lucky us. But unfortunately a must. Have to make the most of our Dublin Pass and have to see the history of Dublin. First stop Christ Church Cathedral followed closely by St Patricks Church. Once we had seen enough religious paraphernalia we went across to the museum called Dublinia where we walked thru 3 floors of Irelands history from early ...
... with light diffusing through the ceiling and casting shadows on the lower levels, it was a breathtaking place. The history of it just added to the feeling of significance of the building. According to the guide, several musicians have filmed music videos or had concerts here because of the acoustics and the historical significance of the building. And several movies, such as Michael Collins and In the Name of the Father, have been filmed here. It's just too bad Daniel Day ...
... have come to appreciate on this trio has been how genuine Aussies are by comparison with other countries. So we all made friends, there were several people from Melbourne, one from Dubbo and one from Sydney. We went to 5 types of pubs in the temple bar area. The first was called The Workman which was chic styled. The next was a proper Irish pub with folk music, then a grunge, rock and roll, homemade 300 types of beer and one cocktail bar. It was an interesting ...