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Limerick has a castle… King John commissioned it in 1210. He never set foot in it because he died in 1216. It was built anyhow. Harold & I spent today strolling through the castle which takes you through … Continue reading
The Macnas traveling theatrical and performance group was our finale in Galway… Part of the reason for coming to Galway was to see this event spectacle. Every Halloweentime, this traveling Irish theater group performs a fantastical parade in Galway… The … Continue reading
… On the Bay… Spotty Rain… Rainbow… Tight streets, narrow sidewalks… Very touristy. The Irish don’t drink cream in their coffee. It is milk… They look at you funny when you request cream and ask “you mean whipped cream?” The … Continue reading
I’ve been in Limerick now for about four days. I’ve walked about the Medieval Quarter along with St. Mary’s Cathedral , visited the art museums and have found it to be a lovely city. People here have talked about the … Continue reading
There was so much to see and do in Dublin… Including a Very long and very informative history walk through the city.., 2 and a half hours of Irish history… From the Vikings sniffing up the Liffey (the river in … Continue reading
Nelson, Harold & I spent Saturday walking about Dublin. We discovered the art museum (under renovation), and the history museum (amazing artifacts from antiquity and medieval times), both free and terribly interesting! I will return when the renovations are complete … Continue reading
… Until the legs gave out! We arrived in Dublin a tad late… Tardy passengers held up our flight from London, but other than that… It was a very long but straight forward trip into Dublin. Taxi’d to our hotel … Continue reading
So after a day of milling around San Jose, Harold and I made it to San Francisco International. As I write, I am watching massive planes taxi to the runway. The cafe I am at is just above the ridiculously … Continue reading
He’s a few days early yet.