The Residents Hotel
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... wanted to see the National Museum of Archaeology. Treasurers of Ireland from the Stone Age to modern times were on display. We spent a couple of hours in the museum. It was well worth it. I am again reminded of how young is our U.S. history.
Tired but happy, we started winding our way through the streets trying to find our way back to the apartment, with success I might add. I love trying to ...
... office and sent them off. After that I found a Starbucks and sat down to have an ice cold drink. It sounds beyond ridiculous but I was in heaven. Europe doesn’t believe in ice. When you asked for something iced it comes with it either lightly refrigerated or it has one ice cube floating at the top. After my drink I decided the right thing to do would be to go to the Guinness Factory. I grabbed a map and set out to find it. I must have looked like ...
... she is now a sort after star of Irish radio!! Kelly did comment that she could sing it better after a few pints of Guinness to which the radio interviewer said come back in an hour and give us another rendition. A walk through Dawson St and a stop for Fay at an Irish Whiskey shop for some tastings of the local product. More walking along the River Liffey and we needed a rest and what better place to stop than at the Ha'Penny Bridge ...
... for calming the mind and attaining a sense of peace worked in my favor. After the long and frustrating delay in Toronto, I was surprisingly exhausted by the time we reached altitude. Since I didn't expect to sleep, I turned again to my language studies, but finally I couldn't ignore my exhaustion. I put Jonkey on iTunes on repeat, shut the cover of the iPad and popped my new twenty-dollar Sony headphones ...
... today, when Ireland is a member of the EU and uses the Euro, many Irish do not consider themselves European.
The most interesting element was the way in which Connor compared the history of the Irish with that of the Native Americans in North America, and many peoples in Africa. The English attempted several time to colonize Ireland. Their first two attempts resulted in the settlers being acculturated, but the third - the prototype for the plantation system - ...