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... to Naas in his car. When we got to Naas we wet to granny and granda's house we ate some lunch. We just relaxed for the rest of the day then went to sleep. the next day we just relaxed until the afternoon Then our uncle Connor brought us to do this thing called Geo-caching. It is a real like hunt for a box that was a prize in it. We went to 1 normal size box and 3 extra small boxes. When we went back we had an early dinner and went to ...
... so narrow and the drivers practically fly by each other without a second though. From Glendalough we headed over to the Wicklow Mountains for some photo opps. Stunningly breathtaking only begins to describe the view from atop the mountains looking down into the valleys below. We are so glad we booked this excursion...and at a huge deal I might add. On our way back to Dublin, one of the rowdy teens on board became sick and projectile hurled all over himself and the centre aisle ...
... all learning about how to make Guinness the 4th floor is learning how to pour a Guinness and of course we are right into this once we get granny with the walker out of our way. We are in a small group standing around a bar with a very excitable young gentlemen demonstrating how to pour the perfect Guinness. We all get a go with granny going first, afterwards we are presented with a lovely certificate that will be going in the pool ...
... a legendary Irish character who is the subject of the folksong "Molly Malone." The statue shows Molly in a low cut dress in the style of the 1600's with a cart of fish which she's selling, hence the nickname of the statue. It's always a fun statue to see and reminds visitors that they are in a city that doesn't take itself too seriously.
Most of the shops on Grafton Street were still closed, so we walked the length of it to where it ends at St. ...
... her burial, screams came from within the coffin. Taken back for a second hang, a man in the crowd shouted for her to be saved. As she was pronounced dead, any change in that was "an act of God". She married that man and lived another 40years. Appropriately, that pub is next to the hanging post and the pub 'The Last Drop', where prisoners went for their last shot of whiskey before their hanging and where we went for hot Pimms with apple and hot port... Another takeaway idea ...