Red Cow Moran's Hotel
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... in Dublin today and more than 1.5miliion buried at this cemetary. Most headstones were elaborate with celtic crosses being amongst my favorite. It is to be noted that this cemetary is and has always been non-denominational so seeing other cultural religious symbolism was interesting and refreshing. We walked around Glasnevin reading stories on graves of families buried together, lost loved ones and seeing headstones so old nothing could be made out on ...
Today we embarked on our journey overseas to Dublin and then Ireland! We began the day by meeting and answering last minute questions about money, extra activities, and changes to our schedule. Following lunch, all of us boarded a charter bus to deliver our group to Chicago O'Hare airport and await our flight. Upon arrival, we were immediately assisted by Irish flight attendants which made the trip even more real! After ...
... for 20 minutes or so. I can't remember the name of the town, as the bus did have free wifi today, but it's ok because it was just a rest stop and therefore most likely didn't have anything all that interesting. I did get a coffee and a toastie though, which not only reminded me of some good memories back home, but really hit the spot in terms of what I needed after a heavy night drinking! Yum! The driver stressed as he dropped us off that it was a very brief stop, ...
... 10-$12…..even for a cider! We left the Temple Bar as quick as we arrived and went in search for something cheaper, what we found was much cheaper and more like us. We each brought a single drink from the local convenient store and sat outside on the stairs in the middle of town and watched the world go buy. The store attendant told us that we’re not allowed to drink openly in public, only if we got caught. So he gave each gave us a brown paper bag to hide ...
... with our bus issues and generally providing us with a very entertaining ride home. Well I think that was enough for one day. Let's see what tomorrow brings.
We decide to take it easy today and have some R&R at our hotel. We explore the hotel grounds a little more and run into some very nice staff. One of the cleaning ladies, named May, immediately takes us under her wing. We tell her we are here for a month and see immediately calls her son (Stewart) ...