If you go to Dublin you simpy must go to a pub, that’s just the way it is. Ireland is famous (or infamous) for their drinking. They gave the world Guinness and Jameson among many other alcoholic beverages.
Unfortunately I haven’t really taken a lot of pictures of the puss I’ve went to so you’ll just have to do with a list of names!
Bull & Castle A very charming pub that offers craft beers for only…
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I haven’t been great about updating this mostly because we’ve been so busy.
To catch you up to speed, day 1 was a complete blur filled with little sleep and lots of Guinness.
We adjusted pretty quickly to the time change because of our delirium and woke up reasonably early on Friday to do a walking tour of Dublin. Our tour guide was from Argentina and I worried about samantha getting in a fight related to the Copa America. Luckily she was very nice and didn’t mention much about soccer. After the tour, we found a great restaurant just off of Grafton street where I had the best chicken sandwich I’ve ever had. We did some shopping (I had to revisit the forever 21 with 3 floors) and exercised a fair bit of self control. We got ready quickly and headed on a pub crawl the tour company from earlier in the day had organized. We met some people from Iceland (cool accents) and somehow lost the entire rest of the group. We literally have no idea how 30+ people snuck by us without us noticing but whatever… We decided to head home as it was raining/we had to wake up in a few hours.
This morning started off real early because we met downtown at 6:50 for a tour of the cliffs of moher. Our tour stopped at a reststop dedicated to obama (which sold Tim hortons), St John’s castle in limerick, a local pub in doolin and the cliffs themselves. As I write this, the bus is taking us to our last stop, a small town on galway bay.
These have been some of the busiest, most exciting days I’ve had. I’ll try to post more pictures because we have been snapping as many as possible. Tomorrow, Melissa and Marla leave for munich and samantha and I have our last night in Dublin. I know we are off to incredible places, but I will really miss this country and being able to experience it with these girls.
Around the vast cinematic nature
regions of Ireland, I visited Glandalough, a valley located in Country Wicklow,
known by the monastic buildings from the Middle Ages, founded during the 6th century
by St. Kevin, a hermit priest, and destroyed in 1398 by British troops.
I went in this adventure with two friend from Dublin through one guide excursion by bus. It was a really nice time with them and also the chance to visit the countryside of Ireland for the first time, out of busy urban Dublin.
it, beautiful mountain scenery in which was filmed parts of the movie “Excalibur”,
“King Arthur" and “Braveheart”. Regarding the bridge of the film
“PS I love You” which I could only see it inside the bus on tour. After
all, I visited the city and the Castle of Kilkenny, historical site, known for
legacies of the medieval period.
Unfortunately, I missed The Glandalough Lake, known by “Guinness Lake” because of its dark color like the traditional Irish beer. In that moment, I was paining attention for the nature around me, taking photos of the cemetery and its ruins. The bad point was the absence of the tourist guide in this part. But anyway, it was amazing the time there, knowing more about the Country where I am living!
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