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... a wee look in the gift shop and heading off. Next stop is Cobh, which once known as Queenstown is the last place the Titanic left from, so went to a museum there, which the kind man let us in for free even though we were past the time the last people are supposed to be let in. Spent a nice hour having a poke about, as Stephen said not really a lot in the way of actual items of interest but some interesting information, well presented about a lot of different ...
... get dried off and ready to go out for our Irish House Party. What's waiting for us when we get back to the room? An email advising that the Irish House Party has overbooked and we've been rebooked at Taylor's Irish Cabaret in Rathfarnham. By all accounts, this is a bit of an upgrade. It's a 4 course meal and Cabaret type show of Irish music, dance and comedy. The value of tickets is over €70...significantly more than we paid. And to top it all off, Fay ordered a ...
After a short mishap with missing the public transit bus (actually the bus blew past the bus stop with all 16 of us waiting), the class caught the next bus and arrived exactly on time at Leo Pharmaceuticals. Leo is located in a largely residential Dublin area and is the former site of a cigarette manufacturing plant. Leo specializes in dermatology and cardiology products. For example, they make products for psoriasis and actinic keratosis as well as the low ...
Today was our first official free day in Ireland, and it was amazing! It began with shopping on Jervis street in downtown London. Who doesn't love shopping right? We went into the local Carroll's gift shop so many times the guards knew who we were and would yell hi as we passed! After shopping and lunch, Anna and I took a trip to Kilmainham Gaol. This was one place I really wanted to see our entire ...
... I’ve seen an infant’s skeleton from the same time dug up and lovingly wrapped and cared for prior to reburying. You gotta be there to get it.
In no particular order my response to questions and comments. I’ve condensed and paraphrased all the quotes in the remainder of this comments section.
John Hill: does the “slow” traffic drive on the left side of two lanes of a four lane road. Answer: Yes, the slower traffic is ...