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... shop where we sat and chatted for a bit, enjoying the opportunity to relax sans students. When we finally decided to head back to the house, it was past 10pm, but it was so bright out, it felt more likle 5:30! Having the sun go down so late makes it a bit difficult to fall asleep at night without blackout curtains, and this evening was no exception. Somehow I managed to fall asleep though, and we were up and out bright and ...
... something to do with his demise."
So I rose the following day in anticipation of pausing at Joe's memorial. Too eager to seems. I completely missed the cross and found myself in Ponferrada but early enough to retrace my steps to the site. I attach two photos.
Some where in one of the blogs I mentioned the unexpected joy at being able to concelebrate the pilgrim" s mass in the cathedral of Santiago on the last day of the journey. Even ...
... Comedy night. I have been told it is really a hit-and-miss kind of place, but we got lucky with the acts that night.
On my second day, I visited most of the landmark attractions around Dublin. These attractions were mostly up and down the River Liffey (Halfpenny Bridge and Market, Four Courts, Millennium Bridge and out to Phoenix Park where we could see the statue of the phoenix, the American Ambassador's Residence, The ...
Our honeymoon had the best start playing tiddlywinks with Lorcan and Oisin. Lorcan had to go for his grading then and did brilliant so they gave him his orange belt. The master celebrated this by kicking him in the stomach!! During this Oisin took us to the park. He was able to kick the ball really far and made me run after it. He showed us a ...
The National Transport Museum was a hidden behind what looked to be the courtyard of a castle.
With a good navigation device, we found this old transport shed that contained loads of run down buses, fire engines, and train cars. It was fun to travel back through the recent years of Dublin and see what the folks here were ridding in. Our favorite were the old 1939 artillery mobiles. From the looks ...