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... reckons a large part of the reason the uprisings failed was because the Irish can't get out of bed early enough in the mornings to make a decent start. Apparently the uprising of 1916 that we learned about yesterday was a general call to arms for all the Irish and was planned for Easter Sunday in 1916, but due to the sinking of the German ship which was carrying their arms for the rebellion, they postponed it for a day. The rebellion on the following ...
... he had a strong connection with animals, an that a wild deer allowed him to milk her so he could feed a motherless baby.
It was not a nice day weather-wise, but it was a beautiful walk through the forest. Then we went out for a scrumptious supper in a nice restaurant. Doug made it through dinner but fell asleep in the car immediately on the way home.
... because they were doing it in other sections. Anyway, the tailgate and game were both a blast and I'm looking forward to a great ND football season!
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The Notre Dame Victory March!
... got picked to taste some Jameson’s against some other whiskeys and shared her tastes with us too as sadly they didn’t let everyone get a certificate and a try of the others, a nice tour none the less.
The highlight for the day was The Guinness Storehouse. It was very cool the way ...
... he would try to find it. We now know my Mom can NOT be trusted with a camera!
I begrudgingly got off the tram in Dublin, determined to still have a good time. It wasn't hard to forget about the camera because we were having so much fun. The walking tour was called the Theocratic Trail because it traced the history of Jehovah's Witnesses in Ireland. A lot of what we saw we had already seen on our first day, but now we could ...