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... nine percent of the castles you see anywhere have been reconfigured or restored, meaning they were either added on to, or much of it has been replaced either hundreds of years after it was built, or last year. As our guide said repeatedly in telling the story of Trim, this castle was not restored, it was preserved. They've placed an artificial roof over the entire structure to keep the weather out (and that was only done in the last 20 years), but that's ...
... Longwood in circles for about 20 mins we stopped & asked a lady for help . She didn't know about the property but told us to go to the local shop, "they know everything about anything" she said. And they did!!!
Camilla, a dear "older" lady who was running the Post Office, ( & has a son living in Bendigo...but that's another story) knew the property & told us exactly how to find it. I was astounded ...
... until we arrived in Milton Keynes, where we crossed the platform for our connecting train which was awaiting our arrival. This train had more free luggage space as we boarded close to the first of the passengers, which helped tremendously. The leg room on the trains is not very good either, but they serve their purpose and got us to Holyhead to catch our ferry over to Dublin. The transit between the train depot and ferry terminal is simply a matter ...
... ask them questions and it went on like that back and forth. We
also danced! It was kind of like contra dancing or line dancing. After an
elegant dinner at the hotel, my friends and I walked around town in search of
more music! I was with Melinda, Haley, Eric, Jessie, blonde Melinda, and Mari.
Megan and Steven were there, too, but they were tired and stayed in.
In some small towns of Ireland like this one, musicians have
jam sessions-much like jazz musicians ...
... crossings are qutie cool, because when the light changes to green for pedestrians a high pitched sound, quite similar to a laser gun in Star Wars, is played, followed by a noise that sounds almost like a machine gun. It definitely catches your attention!
Another day in Dublin dawned this morning. Unfortunately, unlike the beautiful sunshine I enjoyed yesterday, today was quite rainy. It wasn't raining hard, but a light drizzle persisted throughout the day. ...