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I started writing this while sitting on a train that crossed the whole of Ireland in the three hours. The countryside looks like typical farm country you’d see in Oregon. In fact, I keep trying to figure out where all the sheep are. A girl I met later in the evening lives in Switzerland and she had the same question. There are tons of cows though which for some reason are massively entertaining to the French people I was around. They were ...
... to the US. Global Entry saved a lot of time too. We took off about 45 minutes late. We arrived in Charlotte at 1:30 PM only to find out our 2:55 flight was delayed until 4:05 (ended up leaving at 4:30 ish). They needed to get a flight crew together. Arrived in Las Vegas at 6:15 PM.
It was a long 26 hour day.
This was a different trip. It wasn't as fast paced as some of our ...
... trying the unique specialties of each pub or restaurant.
Our last day of the tour, Murt said something that stuck with me. When you vacation, you spend a few months preparing and getting excited. Then, you experience all the wonderful sights, foods, and "craic". Right about the end you get sad because the time felt like it flew by. But, the memories still live on. The next couple months you sort through pictures, tell stories to friends, ...
... to stroll in the rain, and also started to notice how different urban life is. Parks are important to a community since not many have yards, popping to the store or coffee shop is sometimes steps away, and there is always something new around the corner. At dinner, I think everyone cleaned their plate. It is so satisfying to have a pause in the day after some physical activity, enjoy a great meal, ...
... in the British Empire, but became squalid and full of poor Catholics, much to the angst of the English. The Protestant Ascendency built infrastructure and created the Georgian town which all came to a halt in 1801with the Act of Union.
With the potato famine between 1845 and 1851, the city's population swelled with starving refugees.
One milllion people died ...