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... Paul,says that the boys from Dublin end up in Sydney. I have never been drunk but I think that was what we felt like as we checked in and I didn't know whether to giggle or cry when we fell on our beds. A glorious shower, an egg sandwich and half a banana and we were gone. Eight wonderful hours of sleep and we are ready to explore The Republic of Ireland. No wonderful photos yet - we were flat just getting here in one piece.
... catacombs to hear ghost stories. Next we stopped at another old church in a park where there was a wooden coffin. Of course when the guide asked if it was anyone's birthday, I quickly dobbed Will in and he had to get in the coffin while the guide told us about grave robbers and locked him in! It was a little funny, and Will received a copy of Bram Stoker's 'Dracula' (Bram Stoker lived in Dublin). It was a bit of fun and a good way to finish off our trip to the Emerald Isle.
... to let us get a better understanding. The most interesting part of his time with us I would say was the dry needling itself, he performed on two different students, ones forearm and the others calf. It was very interesting to watch first hand. The second part of our day was filled with speakers at the rugby stadium. We took a tour of the stadium, even signed their "Where are you from" wall. After a tour of ...
... last tour and just looked around.
Friday morning we got up early, packed up and left for the airport. We got through check in and security for an international flight in under ten minutes!! We couldn't believe how quick it went, except that we had to sit and wait almost two hours for our flight. At least the airport had free wifi! We had a very quick layover in Copenhagen before continuing on to Stockholm. There, we got our bags and went to go through customs to leave, ...
... handwritten and so old. There was a very interesting video on how vellum (calfskin) pages were made and how the wonderful books were assembled. The colors remain rich and detailed and the script so perfect. How long it must have taken the scribes and artists to create each page.
The Old Trinity Library is beautiful. Two floors of extremely old books and wonderful woodwork. I loved it.
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