River Forest Hotel
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- Free parking
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Today was definitely not the best day spent here in Ireland. We went to the Boyne Valley and took a Celtic day tour. The valleys are beautiful sites to see in Ireland. They show a great view from the top of the mountains. However, the weather was not cooperating well enough to experience it in all it's glory. I felt the strongest winds I have ever felt. The rain combined with the wind was miserable, honestly. Colum ...
... requirements don't really match up to a physical therapy degree in the United States do there isn't leeway to be able to travel and keep in this field without taking more schooling over in the United States and vise versa. You cannot get a physical therapy degree and come study physiotherapy over here in Ireland without more schooling first. Of course unless you looked into before you even started ...
... again as we passed thru Arklow! The golden sands of Brittas Bay. The tiniest narrow country lanes of the Michael Collins Way, a scenic drive which we found ourselves on, you think you're in the middle of nowhere, then these houses tucked away surrounding you. We saw a sign - St Kevin's Church, wow, better get a pic and kev said he'd say a prayer, joke on us - it was Anglican! - and the doors were locked, but that too was in the middle of nowhere. ...
... After our kiss we had a walk around the castle gardens. They had a "poisonous garden" that had various different plants growing inside steel cages that were used ages ago but have since been found as poisonous. We found the witches cave and had a quick walk through it but there was nothing in it to actually see. We ended up having a picnic lunch in a park not far from the castle before getting back on the bus to continue on. Our next stop was Cobn near Cork. It was a ...
... toast, bacon, beans, tomatoes and tea. Continuing our lazy day, we thought it would be fun to go to the Leprechaun Museum. Sneaking under the giants causeway, in the giants house, through the rainbow to end up finally at the pot of gold, just before the enchanted forest. Throughout the tour we learned lots about Irish folklore.
Last night in Dublin, we got ready to leave for Cork early the next morning.