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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, ...
... which offered great views out over Dublin. Went into St Audeon's which is the only remaining medieval church in Dublin. It was small, dark but new windows had been put in. Had some very old graves from 16th and 17th centuries. Along side this was the only remaining gate of the old city wall. Wandered down to the Brazen Head pub, the oldest pub in Ireland, established in 1198 and still going strong. A quick look into St Augustines, a church designed by EW Pugin ...
... statue of Nelson in the river. We stopped at Llangfair for lunch. We boarded the Ulysses ferry at 1.25 pm on Deck 5 at Holyhead at 2.15 for our 3.5 hr trip across the ditch to our hotel in Dublin at Marine Rd. We bought a ticket for 11th floor captains lounge on the Sapphire Lounge for £16 where we enjoyed lovely wine and savouries (there were other drinks) and in very comfortable lounge for 4 hours with some new holiday friends. The crossing was calm, ...
... 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.
... when we ask about the huge spire sculpture in the middle of O'Connell Street. He tells us that it was built for the Olympics, but was the second such sculpture built. The first was actually a HUGE clock that was put in the Liffey (the river that runs right through town), he said it was magnificent, you'd look into the Liffey and this huge beautiful clock was a sight to behold. But there was a problem. It wasn't waterproof, so it started sinking. And not working. So they took ...