Tara Towers Hotel
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... curb side of the road in the U.S. and Europe. The key to the commonality between right and left hand drive in all cases is that the driver’s body is driving down the center line of the road. Just like in America but on the other side of the car. Visualize it with focus and it’ll make more sense. There is an entire monologue available to be written on left-hand drive. You are not only driving on the wrong side of the road in an American’s mind’s ...
... never actually touched me. Jeff & I both said that I was in the wrong & the poor thing was shaking, I felt so bad for scaring her.
The Dublin Castle was nothing much to see and we moved on. Next stop, St. Patrick's Cathedral. The gardens were full of locals playing with their dogs. We snapped a few photos and moved on. Both sites were a bit disappointing and thought maybe we were on the wrong side of the Cathedral.
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... recognized us from the I Love Lucy Show. That evening Michael the caretaker popped in for a visit and told us grand stories of the area. He has been looking out for us and our safety. Watched part 2 of our Irish movie which turned out to be very enjoyable. Only wished it ran the whole week! July 6 - Started our day with breakfast and can't believe we sat there for 5 hrs. Talking and laughing. By the time we went into. Dunleer for late lunch/early dinner our cafe was closed. ...
... us. We were so relieved! We headed towards our hostel, taking detours through farmers markets and shops for some lunch supplies. We were staying in Dublin for 4 nights and our new, temporary home was the Apache Hostel in Temple Bar. Temple Bar is the coolest (and, as we soon found out, most expensive!) part of town. Most of the roads are cobblestoned and some are closed off to traffic, for pedestrians only. Both sides of the streets are lined with restaurants, cafés, pubs and ...
... Northern Ireland and I wanted to be sure we knew exactly where to go. We didn't want to be wandering around aimlessly at 6 in the morning. Then we did a little bit of shopping - I picked up a power converter, since the European one I had brought doesn’t fit the Ireland/UK outlets and Sandy got some lovely paintings from a street vendor. We also found a 24-hour convenience store. Our tour tomorrow was very early in the morning, ...