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... of dancers whose credits include world famous shows such as,
Riverdance and Lord of the Dance"
The show was great and a lot of fun for us. A couple of the students volunteered to go on stage and learn a few steps. Lots of fun.
Early tomorrow morning(3:00am) half of the group goes home and the rest of us will stay until Friday.
... I already know more about the music than you do" to the person who suggested the grand social, ha, just was sooo funny, he went to Harvard and he asked me if I went to Tufts since I said I was from Medford, alas no... ha, but he asked if I did music since i had m guitar, ohh! and then when I walked away I realized I completely forgot my signed ticket and went back and was like "oh! I was so nervous I forgot my ticket"! but I got it and life is amazing :-)
... and stuck their heads out of different holes in the float. It was definitely my favorite.
The parade lasted a little over four hours and afterwards we explored the square, which was now not packed to the brim with people. I myself climbed atop a few of the larger statues that people used to see the parade. I saw as the masses of people all clad in green dispersed. I looked to see where the largest crowd went. They all headed into the main downtown district and ...
... fell that day which surprised me as my iceskating skills always end up in a crash or tears for someone that is not me!
We were sliding down the streets to go to the flea market. I bought a dress, then tried to find rotten shark to taste but no one could find it. We had lunch at a soup place that serves the soup in an actual massive round bread. It is divine-tried to take a photo but my camera died. We then had to leave for the airport. As there had been ...
... extremely curvy and hilly, but full of the most beautiful countryside scenery ever - green pastures as far as your eye could see, hills filled with sheep and cows grazing, and really beautiful countryside homes.
We made it to the Cliffs of Moher and it was about 5 Euro (for students!) to enter - it was pretty busy, but did not feel touristy at all because of how immense the cliffs were. This was definitely the highlight of the trip for ...