Leixlip Manor And Gardens
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... of my friend, John, as we d rove over to Clontarf “down the rocky road to Dublin 1, 2, 3, 4, 5!”. The host family I’ll be with during my time at the Physio Centre is grand! I already feel like a part of the family. There’s Phil, Sue, Eddy, Lily and darn…whats the dogs name?? its like Lexa, or umm, I’m bad with names, I’m just proud I got those 4 down, oh her name is Lexi! I was close, but the dog is great, a nice little tiny quiet, ...
... join the Franklin group for the bike tour. We headed out for the bike tour, it was really cold so Maureen kindly let me borrow her jacket, since I didn't bring mine since it was cold when we left. The tour guide rode very fast and did not stop much for pictures. Some people actually got lost behind in the group. Despite the pouring rain in one part and the very fast workout, during the two hour bike ride, the Olympic park was beautiful, and there were pretty views. ...
Day 4 Today our day started at 8, when we boarded the bus to head to the Hill of Tara. I had no idea what to expect as we left our hostel. The first thing I noticed while getting on the bus was our bus driver. He made our trip to the Hill of Tara entertaining and eventful. Our bus driver interacted with us the whole ride, while also leading our group around the hills and the other historic sites. He was a funny man and a great bus driver. Todays weather was one ...
... and knowledge so it was cool to think of the differences the U.S. and Ireland have. We returned for relaxation and dinner. After dinner we caught the Luas and made our way to the River Liffey. We stopped at the Temple Bar and Cobblestone. There was live music and we took a lot of pictures. Tomorrow is another day of lectures and a bus ...
... There is a woman who is employed to pronounce the town's name for tourists. What a job! We sent Jye another postcard in hope he will soon receive mail. After a delicious lunch we all boarded the bus and made our way to the ferry terminal to board the boat for Ireland. We literally drove through customs which consisted of 3 officers standing around. They did not board the bus, there is no passport ...