The Plaza Hotel
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... We caught the hop-on hop-off bus for other sites. Wanted to go to the highly recommended Kilmainham Goal (jail), but was disappointed to hear from bus driver that it was all booked for the day. Walked along the River Liffey into Trinity College where there was a wedding just completed ( groom was a Trinity College alum and the bride American). Long line to get into the library (where Book of Kells resides) so we bypassed it. Went by O'Neils Pub to get a pic for Jess. Also saw ...
... cafe across the courtyard for lunch. I decide on vegetable soup and brown bread. The soup is a puree form which I wasn’t expecting, but it very tasty and filling. Since we still have lots of time, we decide to head over to Christ’s Church Cathedral. The sun comes out for the first time all day. We decide not to pay and go inside but just walk around the outside admiring the architecture. On the road from the LUAS stop, we ...
... a mild cloudy but fine day. Drove under the 5 mile Mersey Tunnel built in the war rather than bridge to prevent bombing. A short 30 min trip to Wales where signposts are in English and Welsh, which have a large number of consonants rather than vowels and difficult to pronounce, a very gutteral language. 20% of population in the NW speak Welsh. About 800000 sq miles, and mainly sheep farmers of mainly Celtic background. Henry VII was Welsh, and in 1536 ...
... north of Ireland arriving back at Dublin airport to pick up Blair at 11am on the Thursday 7th August. Blair was very excited to be in Dublin and we all headed to back Shankill. After a lovely welcome from Anna and Trudy and a trip to the supermarket – can’t be avoided even on holiday – and dinner it was bedtime for us all.
When we arrived at Shankill we found out that our cousin who was due to arrive the same day from America was ...
... as are the 20,000
volumes of books dating back to 1000 AD in the library at Trinity College,
called The Long Room. It's amazing how perfect their handwriting was back then.
After finding a chocolate shop and a 1950s style diner for lunch (complete with
jukeboxes), it was time to go back to the ship for my field lab for History of
Musical Theater, which was really exciting!
My field lab was to go to the opening of Dirty Dancing: The
Musical! First, we went ...