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... edition and special order pieces by hand including major sporting trophies (I touched the mould that makes the Vince Lombardi Trophy). Left Waterford at 2.15pm and motored up the highway towards Dublin. Bypassed Dublin and headed south to Ashford, the location for our farewell dinner. The dinner was held at Ballyknocken Guest House and Cookery School, a cookery school run by Irish TV chef Catherine Fulvios. We had a 3 course meal with most of the produce coming ...
... fact remains that it's one of the oldest harps in Ireland, and as such it's an exceptional object.
One last story: Guinness trademarked an image of that harp as their logo in 1876. When the new Irish Republic wished to used the same instrument as the national symbol, they couldn't due to the Guinness trademark! But as a harp isn't symmetrical, they simply inverted the drawing and thus worked their way around the Guinness trademark -- they are mirror images. :)
... went into a lovely church, and eventuallyed ended up at the Collins Barracks near Phoenix park- it has all old irish furniture and jewels and kinda boring stuff, but! it did have airplanes hanging from the ceilin and tanks, and even the clothes that Michael Collins was killed in, so if anything it was worth it for THAT so kinda cool. I then walked around the corner,ish to Arbor Hill Cemetary where the rest of the 1916 guys were buried, and there was a nice memorial, and a cool ...
... 30 am to shower, eat and be ready in time to take a taxi to the meeting place. I've grown so accustomed to sleeping in until around 8 am lately that 5:30 felt impossibly early. But alas, we made it to the PaddyWagon Hostel in plenty of time. The destination of the tour is the Cliffs of Moher. However, along the way the driver gives you interesting tidbits about the area, history, jokes, etc. First we stopped in a small fishing village called Kinvara. We only had 20 minutes ...
Today was a really fun as we got the chance to a free day in the city and basically do what we wanted to. Me, chase, Zach, Tyler, James and Simeon went in a group to see the city. First off we got in the Louis and went to Abbey street and started our shopping adventure. We went into a lot of stores; sports store, souvenirs and other stuff. We walked around for a long time. We probably walked 10 miles if not more. It was a lot of fun. A little later on we went to see ...
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