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... Valley, and at one point climbed all the way up to Loughcrew to see the ancient tomb. The wind at the top of this hill was by far the most intense wind I had ever felt. It would literally push you. The rain and wind made the grass very slippery and roughly half the class fell in the mud either going up or down the hill (which was kind of funny). At this point, our entire group was sopping wet and freezing. We were able to ...
... You actually get to see what you want to see! We stopped at many locations during the bus tour. Trinity college, National Gallery, Dublin castle, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Guinness storehouse. We got to see everything that we could on the bus trip. Tonight we get to experience a pub as a whole class. Almost everyone has experienced a pub since being here but this will be the first one with the entire class ...
... a rough track thru the blackberry, gorse and convolvulus. Lots of people. Sadly a lot of shrines to "jumpers". Our temperatures varied from a chilly walk in the shade before climbing to dripping perspiration, then cooling off sags in as we rounded down to the village shops, which appeared not to catch a lot of sun. The train back took us to our stop at Lansdowne Station which is within 500mtrs of our hotel. Early ...
... our luggage!! We thought the carrousel was further through, but nope, we had walked straight past the carrousel and out through the exit. We had to go to the information desk, like idiots, tell them we forgot to get our luggage. Surely this happens all the time…not. We had to describe our bags and wait for staff to bring them to us….an hour later they finally brought our bags through, not sure what took them that long, maybe they had to go ...
... t open until noon, the church is having service and also won't be available for tourists until the afternoon, what are we going to do? We decide to walk to Trinity College and see the Book of Kells, which according to their website is open. As we walk up to the College, a large white stone behemoth, a tour bus full of tourists, Italians, we gather from the Italian flag held aloft by the guide, disembarks and like a herd of cattle walk to the museum ...