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... which allowed you to walk through the history and evolution of Dublin from the medieval times to modern day. It was very interesting reading and learning about Dublin. We stopped into the Dublin castle on our way home, It didn’t quite look like a traditional castle we were expecting, more like just huge buildings surrounding a central open square, there was one building which had your traditional castle feel to it. Never the less, we had been to Dublin castle! In ...
... He is awesome!!! It seems just fine now to drive on the left side-- Next stop a B&B in limerick. Our hostess had tea and coffee and chocolate cake for us on our arrival, lovely lady.nice quiet surroundings. Then time to go to town for dinner and see what's happening, again the town is vibrant and full of young people and pubs. Sat out at the Locke pub by the river and enjoyed.
Sunday May 18
Stopped in Roscrea, and saw the St Cronans church, starting ...
... them held a special place in society.
The Book of Kells is a lavishly decorated copy in Latin, of the
four gospels. It is believed they were produced in the 9th century by
the Monks living at Kells in county Meath. The Book of Kells was sent to
Dublin in the 16th century for safe keeping. It is really a national
treasure. The display has been presented with parts of the book
illuminated on walls and explained, in both script, pictures ...
Today I went on a day trip with the International Office to Bru na Boinne in County Meath. Bru na Boinne is a World Heritage Site as designated by UNESCO and it is the largest Megalithic site in all of Europe, one of the others being Stonehenge. The site dates back to Neolithic times, and it is actually dated to 3200 BC, which I find incredible. The site is actually 500 years older than the Egyptian pyramids, and 1000 ...
... Guinness Storehouse at St. James Gate (thought about stopping for THAT tour but wasn't ready for a glass at 10 in the morning!), Kilmainham Gaol (a former prison, primarily and sadly for debtors and petty crimes), the house of the President of Ireland and entrance to the American Embassy (funny -- it's pretty far back from the road -- are they embarrassed to be seen?), the Old Jamieson Distillery (again too early for samples) and got off at the Hugh Lane Gallery/Dublin ...