Hanging on the Cliffs

I was watching the weather to make sure we had good weather since the trip would go rain or shine.  There was no way I wanted to get there and find it was raining.  There was always the chance but luckily you could wait until the day before to book a trip.

We had great weather and the Cliffs were overrun with people.  The interpretive center reminded me of a hobbit house the way it was built into the side of the hill. It is a good size building with a two floors with a restaurant being on the second floor all within a hill.

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Newgrange – Older than the Pyramids and Stonehenge

When I invited people to celebrate my birthday with me in Dublin, I was encouraged to see Newgrange. One of my goals is to see all the archaeological sites that I can – no small feat.  There are so many listed on the UNESCO World Heritage site it is amazing.  Needless to say Ireland has lots of history, it is my heritage even if I am Canadian and I was not missing this.  We did not have the same tour guide that we had for the stone circles of Avesbury so we had to find another.

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The gift of gab – Do you have it? Do you want it?

When we arrived in Dublin, I let Magpie know which places I wanted for us to go to and let the choice of which order be his.  I am not so sure, that receiving the gift of gab first, was the way to go, knowing him.

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