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... any like that before either. Our tour guide, Culm, told us that the cliffs where used in a movie and a few music videos! After the cliffs, we went to a restaurant down the road in the village to eat lunch at Fitzpatricks. It was very busy and packed because everyone that was touring today stopped and ate there too! I had seafood chowder and it was really good and helped warm me up! Before we left to go home, we stopped at Burren and Corcomroe Abbey to get a quick photo of Dunguaire ...
... on the Luas, which takes us back to our hostel. But instead of finding the Luas, we ended up walking all over the city. We did end up finally getting to a Luas station, but when we got there we discovered it was the stop which was right in front of our hostel. After we dropped our belongings off, we started our bus tour. We visited and took a tour of the Dublin castle and the Guinness Storehouse. The Dublin castle was absolutely gorgeous! As for the ...
... steps, but the view was spectacular. From there we headed down to St Patrick's Cathedral. Again beautifully restored and was very ornate. Cherry lit candles for Katherine and Beryl. Jumped on the bus again and went back into the main part of town. Lunch and then a walk around the streets and a bit of shopping again. Everything appears so cheap but I need to keep reminding ...
... to a neighbour's gallop which was at the top of the hill with an amazing view. We headed back to the farm for a BBQ, we ate the meat from Nolan's. NW took us to the races at the Curragh, where I won on the Oaks a whole E$10! We got drenched in a downpour on the way back to the car. We went back to the farm to dry off and pick up NW's fiance for a pub dinner. A lovely day with an old friend.
Another country, another virus. Sick again... boo... ...
... garden which was very cute, Dublin Castle, Christ Church, Old Dublin Wall, then walked along River Liffey, National Museum: Archeaology (seeing mostly the exhibits on Bronze age gold, Viking Ireland and Medieval Ireland). We left the museum at 5:00 when it closed. We then walked right to a tiny food place that we found the day before called "Yum Thai" where we each got a ...