The Strand Inn
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... as we are a Holland America Ship,and today is national mourning day in Holland,[First since Queen Willamina died,] for all those who lost their lives on MH17,we have our flags at half mast ,and the Captain spoke at length of the tragedy, the 80 young lives lost, and the 190 Dutch,in total,many going off for their summer holidays, never to return, they are at last, it seems, being brought home.There are many Dutch people on this ...
... staying in a delightful little Hostel in a beautiful seaside village (making up for last night). The place is filled with French Backpackers. They have been very friendly and we have all been enjoying each other’s company. Great opportunity for us to brush up on a little French before next week. We had a lovely pub meal in town tonight. The fish in Ireland is great. The Guinness is even better. It’s like drinking a very grown up Ice-cream. You have to ...
... day was the third biggest European city behind Paris and London which is hard to picture. It’s built on a river, has been a major port, there are city wall ruins (which we only glimpsed), has been invaded a few times, and has quite a history. We went inside Reginald’s tower which is the oldest civic building in Ireland, dates back to the 10th century but this building is from the 12th century I think. It’s been a mint, a ...
... world of Irish road signs……….on the face of it they tell you where you are going, but there are traps!!! However with Pete driving and me navigating (and only sulking once) we made a fair start on the first day. The countryside in Ireland is much further advanced into spring than in Poland, trees were greener and there was a lot more colour in the blossom, rhododendrons etc. And the houses are lighter and brighter with more ...
... by the Irish government from the family collection in 1995. In one room there was a portrait of Charles I’s children. The room steward was pointing out to an American group that the children were the future Charles II, James I and Mary, the mother of the following monarch, William of Orange. He told them New York was named after the Duke of York and Maryland after Mary.
However, the Picture Gallery wing was spectacular. We went up the ...