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... the things we wanted to see after we had got our bearings. Trinity College, Aviva Stadium, The "Dyson" Building, National Museum was very good, if a little dry. Got an idea about the 1916 uprising. Dinner out at GBK a Kiwi owned/run burger chain. On the menu, "Adopt a Kiwi" a registered charity in Ireland with donations going to the Whakatane Kiwi Trust. When asked the waitress what the images on the menu were (stylised kiwis), she replied ...
... Anyways I made the movie just as it was starting. It was funny but not as funny as the TV show. What was cool about it though was that it was filmed in Dublin and I knew where some of the places were. I even went and visited some of the places afterwards. After the movies I walked back to the hostel and got ready for bed.
The next morning I hung around the lobby charging my electronics for a couple of hours before heading off to find the Guinness Storehouse ...
... next. We drove around the Sheeps head and Mizen head peninsulas, stopped at a few cemeteries along the way and at an ancient altar. Mizen head had a walk/museum with terrible displays and awesome views. Most of the Mahony castles were on private property and difficult to access. J, with her bung leg managed to see one up close. With permission from someone, N and I managed to walk through pitty cow paddocks to a pretty cool example of a castle. We saw a ...
... Kiwi. We went on a 3 hour city tour. It had started to rain lightly by this time. We had a tour of Dublin Castle for 45 minutes. It no longer looks like a castle, but it was originally built by the Vikings who established the town now called Dublin. The English ruled Ireland from this building for centuries. It is still used for ceremonial occasions today and the Irish Presidents ...
... on to the Rock of Cashel. St Patrick converted the King of Munster here in 450. The round tower was built 1100, using the dry stone method, and the cathedral was built in 1235. Our guide was very knowledgeable and intelligent.
The surrounding countryside is unbelievably green. It didn't rain, but was overcast all day.
Then we went through Golden and Bansha where some of my family came from. We didn't stop, as family history is very time consuming, most of ...
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North Inner City, Dublin | 4 star hotelfrom $77
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