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Travel Blogs from Newtown Mount Kennedy
After a lovely 12 hour sleep, we had a quick breakfast before making our way to Dublin Zoo where we met up with one of the vendors from Daniel's work, Ronan and his wife and 3 children. They were so lovely, it feels like we have known them for years. The kids really hit it off and had a ball. Dublin Zoo didn't look like much but boy were the animal …
Today was Erin's birthday! The game
plan was all up to her and her choice was Kilkenny. And that was
quite a drive. The faster way was back up to Dublin and then down the
direct highway. Well it was faster on the way there. The other way
mapquested to be about 20 minutes longer but had more back roads to
negotiate. We chose the …
Drive time! This morning we took off
for Glendalough with directions from the front desk. Thank goodness
for the few and far between road signs because I think I took a wrong
turn somewhere. I must use a different definition or misread the
street signs about which is the main ( …
And no we drive. And get lost. I get
simple directions to get on the N11 and they are garbled. Go to the
second set of lights and turn left. Well the 2nd set of
lights are wrong. Did the woman mean 1st set of lights?
Who knows? We took a minor tour of all sorts of side streets …
... money.And now back to the bus tour. We drove over to Phoenix Park, where Jack and I had walked to the first day. The bus went further into the park and I saw the entrance to the US Embassy, where the flag was at half-mast because of the bombing at the Boston Marathon. I saw the Irish President's house and the tea house where Jack and I stopped for a 7-up. Then we drove down the River Liffey, up O'Connel Street, and then back over to Trinity College ...