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... 19th to 23rd, a narrow beam
of light penetrates the roof-box and reaches the floor of the chamber,
gradually extending to the rear of the chamber. As the sun rises higher, the
beam widens within the chamber so that the whole room becomes dramatically
illuminated. This event lasts for 17 minutes, beginning around 9am. I entered a
lottery to be one of the fortunate few to attend the event this year. Though
honestly, if I had the option, I would go back to ...
Weather: Overcast, comfortable.
Today was the day to visit Newgrange and the Hill of Tara in the Bru na Boinne Valley. We had booked a Molly Gibbons tour on Friday, it turned out to be an excellent choice. The tour was lead by Michael Gibbons, an architect. Newgrange is a passage tomb, dating from 3200 B.C., 500 years older than the pyramids of Gaza. It is located in the Bru na Boinne World heritage ...
... to head out and she jumped on the chance to come with me. Apparently she didn't want to be that close to Chris. We left with Colleen promising (falsely so) to come back later. We met up with Allaina for a coffee and then headed off to our hostel, stopping off along the way for a snack. Once in our room we both went to bed, well we attempted to since the snoring guy was talking at full volume until 1am, and then he proceeded to snore all night long!!!
Ok so today! ...
... buses the next day and did some shopping along the way, and Burger King for lunch. Don't judge us. They had different and awesome chips. Another nap was called for before dinner and meeting a friend of J's at the Palace Bar. We got to the Palace early hoping to get a bite, but alas, no food there. So we headed to KFC, that's right KFC... Stop looking at us like that.
After J's friend N parted company, we thought we should head back too, after all, ...
The weather hasn't improved today it is about 13 degrees with light showers in the afternoon. After breakfast we get picked by our 'big red bus' from the front door. Love this castle. We are staying about 10 mins out from the city centre therefore having this bus service pick us up is a bonus however no return service provided. We do the token 1.5 hrs tour around the city centre to get the lay of the land and pick out what we would like ...