Travel Blogs from Bray
My class schedule has generously granted me Tuesdays off, so I have made the decision to make Tuesday "adventure day." I planned on getting out of Dublin early, set my alarm for a bright start, but wound up waiting until about 2 pm to actually hit the Dart and get moving. (Shannon was being slow.) At first we weren't sure of our destination, but were very interested in Newgrange. There is an underground tomb there and apparently it is a must ...
We're just back from an excellent Christmas in Dublin with the Magees and extended family.
We've been traveling under the wretched Ryanair rules of hand luggage only, which mixed with the current security checks at airports make air travel such an appalling experience. We appear to have faired better this time as armed with copious small transparent bags a new gadget for weighing luggage and a ...
... up their scarves and singing along. The Roma section behind the goal has these fire crackers and when the Juve goalie was in front of them they would throw the firecrackers onto the field. This stuff would never go down in America, but it was amazing to be at one of these games.
Tuesday was the onset of my sickness. As I was preparing another presentation with Danielle in the computer lab my hot flashes kicked in. I was unable to study for my final because as ...
Woke up in the morning, grabbed some bfast at the bakery and wandered around the mall near the bus station.
Sat on a bus for over 5 hours....worked on a project at night. Last Ireland project....luckily.
From not knowing what I was doing about a week ago, this weekend really came together. I still haven't grown tired of the great scenery. This weekend was ...
... locations from Braveheart and P.S. I Love You before grabbing lunch at a traditional Irish pub. Our last stop was a 12th-century monastery, Glendalough, where I'm pretty sure we discovered Rapunzel's tower.
Unfortunately that was our final day in the lovely land of green, and we arrived back in Leeds bright and early the next morning.
Only one thing marred this trip: I never found a leprechaun.
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