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... treasure collections truly breathtaking. This place was at the very top of my list even before getting there, and in the end it was even better than hoped!
The other place that I really liked was the Trinity College. First it's a working university, meaning that the tour takes place amongst students going about their business. The building themselves are interesting, but it's their contents that take the prize: in that order, the Book of Kells, the Long Room of ...
... steel cannonballs flying around Dublin (although we saw just about everything else in the Temple Bar area), so we knew we'd have to save bowling for the next time around.
DH's to-do list was more focused on trying to track down a miracle cure to her growing list of physical ailments. Given that it's common knowledge that if captured by a human, the leprechaun has the magical power to grant three wishes in exchange for their freedom, DH ...
... who told us we had 20 minutes or so to wait for other arrivals, so finally we had a bite or two to eat.
Dublin was fine-ish; sometimes clear, but a little cloudy, and when the sun went in, it was pretty cold. We seemed to take a slightly scenic route to the hotel, and we were able to check in even though it was only 11. So we had a sleep for an hour, and then went out for a walk. The bus had passed a bunch of pubs, restaurants and cafes on ...
... with it. Once the videos were done we got split up into three groups. My group went to play handball first. Handball is basically like racket ball just with out the racket. It is probably one of my favorite games to play. After handball we moved on to Gaelic football which to me is a combination of soccer, basketball, and volleyball. We played a mini ...
Since I work for a tourist company we took John on the City Sightseeing Dublin Hop-on & Hop-off bus!
The city is full of hidden histories. Here is just a short list of the damage that was done:
* Dublin Castle
* The Brazen Head
* Archeology Museum
* The Dead Museum
Then we were off to the Wicklow Mountains just before he hoped on a plane home for Texas.
Miss him already! Merry Christmas 2013 Bonners!