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The North (cuid a haon)

From one end of the country to the other we go. First stop today, Belfast City for our choice of The Titanic Museum or a tour of the city in a black taxi. 572 more words

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Finale

We had planned a trip to the Aran Islands, weather permitting, and our last day in Galway promised more of the beautiful weather we’d had most of the trip, but unfortunately too many nights of not enough sleep and two plane rides left one of my friends with the flu, so she wasn’t up to the journey. 375 more words

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Westward, Ho!

Having exhausted our pocketbooks in Copenhagen, we headed back to Ireland for a trip to the West Coast. We booked a tour to the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren which allowed us to part from the tour in Galway and spend a few days in the West. 454 more words

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Copenhagen Castles (cuid a dó)

The pièce de résistance for a thespian such as myself was Kronborg Castle in Helsingør, or to Hamlet and his band of not so merry men, Elsinore. 657 more words

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Copenhagen Castles (cuid a haon)

Anyone who knows me or has read my blog for a while knows that one of my favorite past times is castle hunting. Maybe it’s because I’m from the United States where our structures only go back a little over 200 years and castles are few and far between, or maybe it’s some kind of past-life longing that makes me yearn to be in and around castles. 322 more words

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København

Hopefully, one of those carry-on’s you hauled onto the plane contained wads of Dollars/Euros/Danish Krone, as you’re going to needs lots of it in this city. 1,089 more words

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No Frills and Few Basics, Either

One of my friends who was visiting is Danish and so we planned to spend a few days in and around Copenhagen to see the sites and visit some of her relatives. 317 more words

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