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For our first full day in Dublin joined about 26 others for a 3 1/2 hour walking tour with James. We've enjoyed these tours and learn so much, including history and cultural information. We saw Trinity college, Molly Malone, River Liffy and two of it's small bridges, Christ Church and sculptures depicting the results of the famine in the mid 1800's. We then had a late lunch at a lovely pub, with both of us ordering Guiness Pie, which of course ...
... make it an incredibly ornate piece. This is regarded as Ireland's most regarded treasure. We also walked through the Trinity Library and around the campus.
After seeing Trinity college some of us got tickets for the hop-on hop-off tour buses for Dublin. This allowed us to travel around the city and see a whole lot more for relatively cheap. My ticket also included a aircoach ride to the airport for when I leave, as ...
... the world (USA and
UK), there are 375 000 types of English around the world and I loved studying
Well, another peculiarity of this people is that they don’t know
how to say NO. What at first seems an admirable quality for a people who have
suffered a bit throughout history in Europe. Until you might need some
information to go somewhere ... .lolol. I learned to ask three times in the
street the same information to different ...
... short shorts run up and down a football field with a little white ball (the size of a tennis ball) and hit the ball with bats to get it down the field and over a goal like a soccer goal. In the process, they also beat each other! It's like a cross between field hockey and soccer. However, it's much less polite than soccer. While watching the hurling game, a fellow and his girlfriend and her parents came in the pub, saw ...
... he was clearly second. The history of the Irish nation is quite incredible and Joe knows it all. From Irish uprisings and treasonous trials to the Guinness Brewery there isn’t anything that man didn’t have a story about. Fun Guinness fact - Did you know that Arthur Guinness the founder of the brew. Negotiated a contract 200 years ago for the lease on the land to be paid out at 45 Pound a year for 9000 years. Yes that’s not a typo nine thousand years at 45 ...
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