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Céad míle fáilte rómhat go hÉi

Or to you and me that's "A hundred thousand welcomes to Ireland".
As you may have guessed from the lack of updates, Paris was hectic.
We had internet at the apartment but we just didn't have time to sit and write.
We arrived in Dublin on Tuesday around lunchtime, picked up the hire car and headed for our hotel.
It's right in the middle of the city so handy for getting around.
No internet in the room though, so again not easy to keep you all up to date with our adventures.

First afternoon, guess what we did? The open top bus tour! Yay!
I think we are getting addicted to these.
When we get home I'm giving up my day job and I'm gonna be a tour guide on an Adelaide Open top bus. Imagine it now.......... (dream sequence)

"on on the left we have the Marble Bar where State Treasurer Kevin Foley was attacked in the early hours of the morning after a night out"
"and on the right we have Gouger St, where former State Treasurer, Kevin Foley was attacked in the early hours of the morning after a night out"......

Anyway back to Dublin, so we did the bus tour round the city and headed back to the hotel for a "nanna nap" - did I mention Paris was hectic?
We woke up, walked across the road for fish 'n' chips then back to the hotel and slept......did I mention Paris was hectic?

So ended day one, hopefully a little more to add for our second days activities.

Posted by RUMissingUsYet 14:10

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