Crowne Plaza Dublin - Blanchardstown
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Getting up early is definitely not my favorite thing in the whole world but today I was ready for it. We had to get up super early to leave for an adventure to the Cliffs of Moher. Part of a Harry Potter movie was filmed here so I was extremely excited to see this gorgeous place. Most of us slept on the way there. We had our favorite bus driver again, Colum, so when we all finally woke up we were greatly entertained by him and his jokes. The drive there was very long. We stopped half ...
... s core is associated with: The Guinness Factory. Rachel and I took a tour of the factory and learned how the legendary Irish beer is made. Leaving the factory I found a bunch of Irish bikers dressed in their stereotypical leprechaun hats and beards. They caught me taking their picture but acted very happy to have been in one, so they asked me to pose with them for a selfie. To too of the day I enjoyed a nice dinner with the whole group at a close pub near the ...
... on the way back to the ship for fear of confiscation. I would tell you all how many gummies we ate, but I am sincerely uncomfortable admitting it to myself or anybody else with the incident so recent in my history.
We got back to the ship at 16:00 and I took a weird uncomfortable sugar high beery nap before dinner. Me and tom played an intriguing game of chess which I am not ashamed to have lost. We pulled out of Ireland at 20:00. Classtomorrow. Class for ...
... page where we seem to have more success putting up videos.
Before treking over to the cathedral we visited the Dublin Writers Museum and as we left the building we saw a park across the street. We decided to give our feet a rest and made our way over. Like so many other times here and elsewhere we were met with a stunning surprise as it was not a park but a Garden of Remembrance dedicated to the memory of "all those who gave their lives ...
... he was mostly excited about the future of Belfast and the great accomplishments both sides have made if the past few years. Excellent opportunity for us. And though we were safe in our tour, it sure felt good to get back to the Ireland. We got to Dublin to catch a flight to Scotland tomorrow. I am looking forward to this next leg of our journey. I just hope the girls get over whatever ails them. Too much food and not enough sleep has taken their toll, I think. - ...