Old Dubliner Bed and Breakfast
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... had directed us to, but were able to find a really nice Italian joint that was just fabulous. We were even able to enjoy the air and water show that was running up the river. Although I believe Dublin's idea of an air and water show is a little different from Chicago's. We only saw a helicopter and a couple fighter jets. Maybe the actual show was closer to the ocean. That's what we're hoping anyway. Otherwise I would feel very sorry for the Irish. :) After our bellies were full ...
... history and friendly people.
O'Neils Pub was a cool three story tall bar with great food and rowdy Irish men!!! Apparently, if you are Irish and want to make fun of your friends, order them a Guinness and ask them "what are you American?" The guys sitting next to us were actually your typical American frat boys, just in their thirtees and long graduated. ...
... Japanese garden. Then on to see the Rock of Cashel, where St. Patrick preached, drove through Tipperary, made famous in a WW I war-time marching song but actually was written years earlier as a music house sing-along song (and not that well-known as an Irish song by the natives), drove by St. Mary's Cathedral, King John's Castle, and the stone where the Treaty of Limerick was signed around 1691. The day has ended with attending ...
... take some outside photos of Christchurch tonight, and try to find time to check this place out tomorrow as well. In either case, this cathedral occupies the site of the original wooden church built in 1030 by Sitric Silkenbeard (989-1036), a Norse King of Dublin. The current stone structure is the oldest church in Dublin, and dates from Norman and Gothic, but mostly Victorian Neo-Gothic which was modernized as late as the 1870s. The tomb of the Norman ...
... love their accents. I had my first Guinness in Dublin, which tastes different because they don't need to use preservatives and it was AWESOME.
We woke up the next morning and after a little trouble we finally got on the 747 bus back to Dublin airport. Dublin was hands down my favorite place I have ever traveled in my entire life. We made it back to Tours in one piece, with one backpack, but with a ton of memories.
Now it is time to sleep away the week-end. Au ...
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