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Well today was still an early start before saying goodbye to the tour and heading to the airport.
Had about 4 1/2 hours wait as the coach transfer was done to cater for the majority.
Maureen wasn't too impressed when she saw the size of the plane but it did the job and got us here and we were on it less than an hour.
Having a quiet evening ready for joining the new tour tomorrow. Scotland turned on a big downpour for our arrival but the sun has even ventured out ...
... students of Trinity College and Isabelle was an excellent guide. We saw the main historic buildings of the College the. Went into the Library. The library itself is on the first floor and the book of Kells is in a very secure room below. With lots in interpretive panels much of the symbolism of the Book was explained. The book itself is made up of the 4 gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Due to the sheer size of the book it was broken ...
... John dating from around the 7th century. That night we went to an Irish cabaret night, with Irish dancing and singing and a comedian. Rebecca Murphy sang Hallelujah and played the harp, the most beautiful version I've heard. On the way to the venue in the foothills we passed a large park next to a school, and spotted two separate foxes just sniffing around, in the middle of ...
... Dublin local who knew his history, taking about 25 minutes at the start of the tour to give us 10,000 years of Ireland's history! Some might be thinking how boring, but because they are working for tips these guides always make the history lesson entertaining! It was here in Dublin that we started to get the first impression of the divide between Ireland and Northern Ireland, with our tour guide cheering at every point in the story that Ireland gained some kind ...
... walked through Temple Bar area which is another adorable, classic Irish, cobblestone street full of restaurants and crowded with flocks of tourists. I honestly really did like it, even though it's a bit of a stereotypical Irish cliche! But unfortunately, it was super bright and sunny as the sun was going down, and I wasn't able to get any good pictures of it. :( (I couldn't even see where I was walking, it was so ...
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