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Ahhh, finally, a free day! Although we had the option to go see the Cliffs of Moher, we decided to use our free day to investigate the shopping scene here in Dublin. After being here for such a short time, we are all proficient in using the LUAS, the tram system and making our way around the tightly packed streets. We also asked a ...
... at the hostel, we had another group dinner with Franklin. Then, Laurisa and I decided to explore the city of Dublin. We were able to ride the Lous a few times to better understand how it worked. We then walked through the city and looked at all of the lit up buildings and pubs. We ended up at a pub that had a live Irish band and Irish dancers performing-it was really cool! We then headed back to the hostel to call it a ...
... for Ireland, a copy of every book published gets sent to the university. The long room is where they store all the old books. It was HUGE! Two floors with bookshelves on either side and old wooden ladders that go up to the top of the shelves. And the books! All those old books! The bookshelves were roped off so we could see them but couldn't actually get close to the books. I so wanted to get up close and see what they have there. I wonder how often and ...
... the Irish State, partly to fund inheritance taxes. Rose now lives in Tasmania. We then walked around the gardens. They were just beautiful. So funny to look up and see the castle from the grounds. Home for a late lunch to homemade bread rolls. I comment the rolls were lovely, to Michelle laughing saying "why what did you expect"! Stuart was registered in a 12 hole competition of golf which happens every ...
... course and headed for Ireland’s most prestigious college, Trinity College. It was founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I to establish a Protestant way of thinking about God. Our campus guide, a very witty doctoral student, presented a colorful description of the historical highlights of Trinity College and details of the college Library, which contains the Book of Kells.