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As agreed, it was my turn to experience driving Irish roads. Driving on the left was easier than trying to figure out the sense of where the car was. I drive a 4x4 at home, and this car was low and long (at least to me it seemed so). I used my right mirror a lot to see where the car was in relation to the center line. I hit a curb (or 4-5), but managed not to hit another car! Success! I started off on the narrow country roads but soon joined up ...
... Cork:we weren't very impressed with Cork. The River Lee runs through the centre and it's very dirty. The buildings are mismatched, some with graffiti and not much restoration happening. Jim, Jill, Bob and I walked around the few blocks adjacent to the River. Saw a statue to Fr Mathew- Apostle of Temperence! Tour Director said" most unsuccessful priest in Ireland". Waterford, on the River Suir which drains most of Ireland. Stayed at Dooleys Hotel. Before dinner, had ...
... without having to paddle.
Waterford’s Cathedral of the Holy Trinity is Ireland’s first Catholic post-Reformation church and it is a beauty. Its Baroque style is the first we’ve seen since we were in Austria back in December. Hanging from the ceiling are 10 magnificent Waterford Crystal chandeliers that give the interior a real sparkle.
... Crystal. Such amazing craftsmanship-from making the wooden moulds to shape the molten glass, the blowing of the glass and then the designs and etching that go into the final products. When they make crystal glass trophies for special events, they always do a second copy in case of accidents, which has occasionally proved necessary! Needless to say, we were directed into the retail area ...
... Euro. The ferry took both. Why it is right to drive on the left side of the road according to our English tour guide. The Romans discovered most soldiers are right handed and if mounted from left they would not hit the horse with their sword when mounting. The sword would also be ready on the right to fight the enemy. Napoleon was left handed so made troops drive on right side of road so he could get sword out quicker ...