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... half was the better half anyway. We boarded the bus about 11:00am and headed to Phoenix Park. This park is huge, I'm not kidding its bloody huge. It's in the middle of Dublin; the Irish President residence are within this park so we did a drive by and took some pics. There are secca deer running freely in the park and yes, we seen a few. Dave could get pretty close to them so he got a few pics. We also drove by ...
... novelty and sensory overload they imbibed renewed their stock. As an aside, Kamal and I thoroughly enjoy watching our daughters rapture as they soak in the new foreign sights. It kinda validates our quest to be the prodigal parents. At least until their next baseless complaint. The denizens here are uniformly polite, gracious and welcoming. It began with the customs agent and his banter about leprechauns, pots ...
... and manuscripts going back centuries are preserved and displayed. The Book of Kells (a famous hand illustrated book depicting biblical stories) was displayed in a special exhibit. The book(s) are famous as they took teams of artists, pigment makers and calligraphers decades to create the written history and prompted a small war upon completion to ensure their possession. The old library hall was the pinnacle of books. Millions of books stretching upward and ...
... it just wasn't easy to be in the right place at the right time. So after we had sorted our gear and packed for the early flight tomorrow we found some energy to rug up and catch the bus once again into town then walk to O'Neills Bar and Restaurant. We had a great car very meal and then the music began! Lovely traditional Irish songs with a banjo, and en some dancing. Perfect end to our stay in Ireland and Peter just needed a Guiness to round it ...
... trip. In the afternoon on Friday, we visited Chelsea FC. Stamford Bridge was indeed a really cool stadium. Seeing the locker rooms and press room was fun. The press room especially because it appeals to the aspiring broadcaster in me. It's a shame such a wonderful facility has to be wasted on that team from West London, Go ...