The Kingfisher Capel Street Apartments
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... countries too, but Potatoes were the main source of food for most Irish people at the time because nothing else would grow very well in the boggy soil.
It is believed that between 500,000-1,000,000 people died in the three years from 1846 to 1849 because of hunger or disease. Another million left their land and belongings and moved to Britain, the US, Canada or Australia. It's hard to know the exact numbers because they didn't really keep very good ...
... in the tub!
Bob visited the Guinness Brewery and did the tour there along with having a free pint of Guinness. After he toured Dublin on coach for a little bit. Also we should mention that Val and Bob managed to get up early and go for a run. It's hard to run in Dublin with all the traffic. We ran through Steven's Green (around it twice); then over to Merrion Square ( where there is a neat statue of Oscar Wilde); and then along the Grand Canal Way for a few ...
... behind several of the call outs and was regularly onto me making sure specific people were mentioned. Theres no doubt the blog wouldn’t have been as funny without James’ input so again I’d just like to say thanks to him and that I wish him all the best on his trip to Turkey next year. I’d also like to thank Gilly and Sheeno who put up with me pestering them on our bus journeys to either read the ...
... chat with a new friend from Montreal named Kevin about how putting up walls in my life and he used a metaphor regarding a castle and how many kingdoms have died from starvation solely because they wouldn't let their walls down. Nobody had ever put it in those words for me so that was quite eye opening for me :) The next day I slept in and then headed out for lunch. I ended up doing a tour of kilmeinham Gail (jail) which is where the ...
... after. Guinness turned St Stephens Green from a private park over to a public park for all to enjoy.
The Loreto High School used to supply breakfasts to the poor each day.
The Georgian houses were originally built for the gentry, then they turned into the slum area before again becoming gentrified.
There has been no car manufacturing since the sixties in Ireland. Unemployment ...