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... the fiddle and he played the guitar and sang. They were both really good. He was very funny. They talked a little and played one or two songs in gogartys, then we all went to the ha'penny inn pub. We were there about an hour, then went to bran****n's pub near our hotel. So that worked out great when we were through. Steve told us to walk toward the spire. He called it the "stiletto in the ghetto" or the "stiffy in the Liffey". Then we went back to the ...
... said the vikings played a big role in shaping Europe, and had trade routes that spanned as far west as Ireland (and for a bit Newfoundland) and as far East as Arabia.
Vikings were originally farmers who left Scandinavia due to poor lands, overcrowding and the fact that second sons cannot inherit, and therefore have to seek their own fortune. They are famous as pirates and raiders, who sacked monasteries for their treasures, but were also skilled explorers, ...
... the Book of Kells is essentially an illustrated version of the 4 books of the new testament of the bible which dates back to the 6th century. It is written (carved, sort of) on leather rather than paper. The illustrations from the Book in the exhibition were amazing and even just to see a 1500 year old book was a cool thing in itself.
Following more of this library/intellectual stuff, we took a step back and headed to the Guinness Brewery. The St James's ...
... breakfast included eggs. Plus good strong coffee.
Bewley's Oriental Café on Grafton Street.
Order counter at ...
... Captain America eatery. Typical American joint. The vibe was great and the waiters were efficient. We waited 20 minutes and then were seated. They had deals like 14€ for 2 course meal. Nadzha got appetiser and a main. I got dessert with a main. The food served was good portion. The fries were delicious the burger though was dry. The brownie though was delicious. We ate till we were full and then headed home. As we were walking home, people were heading to ...
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