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... started the drive....
When you get to the roundabout, go straight
When you get to a fork in the road go left, but not the first one. You will think you want to go left on that one but dont!
When you get to the next split in the road, go left again.
Its a windy road and you head up the mountain.
If you think you are lost, just ask someone on the road.
Eventually you will see the pub.
Hmmm....should be an ...
Me and Jake got to Dublin safely. So far, we've visited the Guinness Storehouse, Jameson Distillery (my favorite), Dublin Castle, fell asleep for a moment in Phoenix Park and saw the Book of Kells in Trinity College. Oh, I'm so happy to be in a land of Kinder Eggs!
Ooh, Ronald Weasley's on BBC. *pausing to watch for a moment*
Ok, I'm back. Ya know, driving on the other side of the road is not so bad. ...
... on the various websites for which it provides links.
It would be of immense help if anyone could clarify the available services and how one might book. Just as valuable would be the kind of background information completely missed by the tourist authority:
Is Tasucu the port for Mersin or are they two separate ports?
Does one book on the day or if in advance, how?
Are there cabins on overnight sailings and if there ...
... of light took around 2 hours to connect. Now it connects straight away. Isn't it funny how technology requires turn on - turn off or wait awhile to fix? On the top deck of an open top bus is the best way to see a city and Dublin is no exception. We covered the city, about the size of Adelaide (1.2m people), from top to toe. Very old buildings, from Viking and Roman days together with a ...
... morning tea helped me evade jet-lag, and I set off back across the city after a leisurely time in the gallery.
I walked past the Bank of Ireland, across the famous O'Connell Bridge, and down O'Connell street. The O'Connell Monument (1882) and the Dublin Spire (2003) are both key Dublin City Center monuments that I enjoyed walking by (photos included).
The express bus back to the airport left from O'Connell street, and my tired self was ready to sit for a ...