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... constructed, the lord of the manor died. His lady wife convinced the builder to stay and finish the project by promising to marry him when the construction was finished. The story goes that when it was done, she invited him to a chamber in the top, and pushed him out the window (new vocabulary word:defenestration: tossing somebody out a window). She then had the castle all to herself. (She's not a Bellew, BTW). Anyway, ...
... aisle. When we were in line to board the flight these two young German guys in the in front of me were conversing in German when suddenly one breaks out into "Blurred Lines". I wish I knew what they had been talking about! It was pretty funny.
We have decided to buy the visitor Leap Card. This provides us with transportation including the AirLink bus service. We were going to take the Dublin Coach which would have ...
... heaps of laughter even they were slagging off at him. Stuart got to have his first few pints of Guinness which he said he really enjoyed. Many more to come I would presume! Michelle is a good cook, even though I told her a bit weird. She made curry chicken and rice, then also served hot chips. Tells us that the Irish love it like that so they can soak the gravy up. Another late night for me climbed into bed at ...
... the control of he throne in England (King James II), French dominance in Europe (King Louis XIV), and the power and control in Ireland (King William III). It had religious implications that are still evident today.
Then there was dinner at a local restaurant and 2 round of Euchre with the score now being boys=5 and girls=2. The girls decided it was time to switch games.
Refreshed from a wonderful night's sleep. We actually slept in until about 7:30! Had our first full Irish breakfast and it held us until dinner (with some snacks along the way!) Had a nice leisurely breakfast and chat with our host, Gerry. He encouraged John to take holidays when he could...or course, I encourage John to do that, too! Our first stop was to Trinity College. We got there at 11:36 and were able to hook up with the 11:35 tour given by a Trinity ...