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We were up at 0830 and packed up by 0930. We grabbed coffee from Starbucks, which was just a little ways down from the hotel, tossed the Baileys we had found yesterday into it and enjoyed the views of St. Stephen Greens one last time. We had to have our bags out of the room by 1100 so we returned to the hotel to move our things to the lobby and check out. We walked around Grafton Street, the Main Street in Dublin with lots of shops and entertainment. ...
... arrived in a beautiful town called Bray. Really had beach, with rocks, but until then had already adapted myself with the Croatia. But the wind and the cold was more for have some hot chocolate and cake. Even had some people taking a sun, clothing, but had. Gabi said we had to go up "on the cross", a mountaintop beachfront because it was worth and absolutely beautiful. I lokked Gabi and saw she was in boot heel (Anabella) and thought, should be a fast track and paved ...
... restaurant and had my last Guinness. Guinness has a strange, different taste after sampling much of the worlds beer. It is good but wow it has a strong bite. Oh well, I had to get it fresh while I could! I packed up my bag for the last time (yay!!!) and prepared my alarm for my long day tomorrow. Today was the grand finale to my trip and I "can't wait" for tomorrow. Tomorrow: I'm coming home, I'm coming home, tell the world I'm coming ...
... after nearly going bankrupt, is now owned by an American company (well THAT explains the American flag out the front) and that the Waterford factory only now basically produces "special pieces",i.e. awards, trophies, special occasion crystalware such as a piece that might commemorate, say, a gift from a President to a Prime Minister, etc.
Still, we had to go and we had our photo taken with the Ashes Trophy.
... the Guinness history from 1759 to the present. We learned how to drink Guinness, not just to swallow but, with elbow outstretched, to breathe in, roll the beer over and around the tongue to get the full flavor – and never just sip!
It was old Mr. Guinness who, after perfecting the art of beer making, perfected the art of keeping one’s employees dedicated and happy. Mr. Guinness instituted the policy ...
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