Jurajivagreat place to check out in Dublin. it has an amazing library. but there is a wait. The grounds are free to visit and take pictures. the buildings and the lawn are very nice. if you are interested in education and history definitely a place to go. they have student tours aswell.
E32***16A lovely journey through the historical and precise process of this iconic beer (stout). Great value for money if you really take in what the guide has to say. And the skybar at the end is fantastic with 360 degree views of such a cool city! Highly recommend!
Archaeological Ensemble of the Bend of the BoyneMeath,Ireland
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Irish Military War MuseumMeath,Ireland
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When we arrived at Kao Xi Farm, the host warmly welcomed us.
Make a bread with wheat flour, milk, see how the shepherd dog shepherds, learn to dance Irish dance, beat the tambourine, hug the lamb, and enjoy the bread and mutton dinner at the table, listening to Bower and The youngster sang and played the accordion, and the atmosphere of joy, if it came to the warm family.
Irish is not only enthusiastic, but also versatile and admirable.
I am reluctant to leave, it is a wonderful time to be unforgettable. Traveling a lot of times is to integrate into the real life in the local area.
Do brown bread, learn to dance Irish dance, play Baoslan drums, milk cows, cute and clean piglets, see how to drive the flocks... For me, too many "first time "It was all experienced at the Causey Farm." This 300-acre private farm has been inherited by the Murtagh family for over a thousand years.
When you get off the bus, you will be warmly welcomed by the farm owner, a dozen people, plus a few shepherds, and you will be super warm in the drizzle. The flour and stainless steel pots on the long table were ready, and the hostess asked each of us to pick a flower apron, and then began to make Brown bread with her demonstration.
The dough needs to take more time to bake in the oven. You don't have to sit and wait. The handsome guy on the farm, Peter, took us to the barn and took everyone in a circle and jumped up to the cheerful Ireland. dance. After dancing, Peter greeted us to sit on a bench and play a kind of goatskin drum in Ireland - Bao Silan drum, the atmosphere of relaxation and exultation is an indelible memory.
Holding piglets, milking, seeing how the shepherd dog controls the flock... and the hostess is ready to eat at the same time, except for the freshly baked bread and small potatoes that have just been baked. The stewed beef, mutton and vegetables, together with the jam from the farm, is a simple and delicious meal.