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... my phone, but it was kind of really nice just walking around and really enjoying the city myself! I was trying to get to St. Stephen's Green which is a famous park in Dublin, but I accidentally stumbled on to Marrion Square, which is another park in the city. This was one Linda had suggested I go to, because it has a statue of Oscar Wilde, who is a famous write from Ireland. After Marrion Square I did eventually make it to St. Stephen's Green, and it was so worth ...
... to do it last time I was here, so this time I bared my Euros and dived in. I hate to dissent with the opinion I was given, but I didn't love it. It was basically like a giant ad for Guinness. Although the tour gets kudos because it was set out in a visually pleasing manner, and I got to drink a tiny baby pint of Guinness in the tasting room, I don't think it was worth the money.
Tomorrow I head out on a 3 day tour of Northern Ireland, and I can't ...
... popular local shot (or maybe 2, haha) called Mini-Guinness which believe it or not I have tried before out in Arizona at Spring Training! The shot is basically coffee-flavored tequilla, or they can use sambuca, with a Bailey's floater on the top. If you are ever tired and have plans to party, be sure to try one of these because they perked us right up! After The Church we walked around The Temple District for awhile, which is one of the most ...
... and rode for 9 or 10 miles to Portadown. Very pleasant rural scenery and a nice sealed cycle road all the way, much better than the last one. Unfortunately the canal is disused now and overgrown most of the way. There were about 5 old locks. The path ended at a Tesco's in Portadown so we stocked up on our staple picnic food - French bread, hummous, grapes, orange juice and fresh chocolate cookies. After doing some housework back at the van we headed ...
... a half finished pint of Guinness without even so
much as a goodbye. So I waited and then when we knew she wasn’t coming back I
stole her drink. It had blcjcurrant in it. Made Guinness quite enjoyable. 90 minutes
pass and nothing happens. Another 15 go past and nothing happens. Then finally
someone flukes a goal through and the crowd cheers in happiness that finally
something happened. Even Miles cheers even though he lost 100 ...
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