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Casper
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   Posted 7/7/2011 8:21 AM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
D and I have booked an interesting vacation for this September.  We will fly into Dublin, Ireland, and they'll give us a little car with the steering wheel on the wrong side and 6 vouchers for nights in farmhouse Bed & Breakfasts.  Supposedly there are 450 B&B's on the island that accept these vouchers.  At the end of the week we find our way back to Dublin and give back the car and fly home.  We're quite excited about it.
 
We will spend a week riding around, exploring Ireland.  Eating and drinking too much and seeing castles and cliffs and freezing our butts off and generally having a jolly time.
 
Tips?  Awesome places to go?  Special traps to be aware of?  (I already paid $200 for 6 days of car insurance, so we're off to a great start).  I love Guinness so we'll do that of course.  What else?

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   Posted 7/7/2011 9:26 AM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.

Yes, take plenty of money, Dublin is expensive, at least from a Brit point of view. You will be amazed at the price of gas, and not in a good way. And you'll probably need some waterproof clothing, unless you are lucky. My son lived there for a few years while he did his apprenticeship. We went over to see him for a long weekend, so my experience is a bit limited. One thing that we found inexpensive is public transport, particularly the DART rail system. You should visit the Guiness museum, you seem to have that covered in your itinery already. When you buy a Guiness in a pub the barman will start to pour it and then walk away and do something else. Don't be disconcerted, he is waiting for the froth to subside and will come back to finish the job. It's worth the wait! There is a whiskey distillery in Dublin too.

Dublin is a fine place, we liked it a lot. it's not a large city though. We only went outside of it a couple of times. The first time Kenny took us for a car ride to the north  of the city, to the hill of Tara and to Trim. Nice but not exceptional. The second time we went to Howth which is a very attractive old port. We went there by train. If I was going again I would head for the Wicklow mountains, which are supposed to be good. They're not mountains in the sense of the Rockies though, less than 1,000 metres.

I thought that the traffic was very heavy in Dublin, so did Kenny. He said it's not a great idea to be too fast away from the lights when they turn green.

Now I've had time to post some pix. That's the River Liffey, which runs through Dublin and features Dublin's tallest building. Really! Next is Temple Bar, with my nipper and a rear view of Mrs R47. The last two are of Howth and prove that you can have fine weather in Ireland, if you're lucky.


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   Posted 7/7/2011 10:14 AM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
We're kind of planning to not spend much time in Dublin. We're kind'a hillbillyish and more comfortable out of the city. We'll do the Guinness tour and have a pint and then out to the countryside we'll go.

Looking forward to evenings in pubs, with heavy food and heavier beer. I learned eons ago never to play bar games with an englishman - at least not for money, and I'll guess that rule holds for the Irish as well. I'm decent at pool, but haven't snookered in 20 years. I can't do anything with darts.

I've heard about the gas prices, but the island's only 305 miles long,,, and we're renting a Ford Fiesta or something. 8 gallons would get you from one end of the isle to the other! Interesting.


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   Posted 7/7/2011 10:53 AM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Casper said...
Looking forward to evenings in pubs, with heavy food and heavier beer. I learned eons ago never to play bar games with an englishman - at least not for money, and I'll guess that rule holds for the Irish as well. I'm decent at pool, but haven't snookered in 20 years. I can't do anything with darts.
Casper, sounds like you have a great trip ahead of you. I agree with you about playing bar games on the other guy's home turf. But I'd approach it with my love of chance and competition as recreation. I'd play every game they had to find out what they like. I'd play, not for profit, but for my education. It would just be an entertainment expense. I'd be careful to make it at affordable stakes. I'd play anybody in the world at backgammon for a buck a game and it would be worth much more than that if I lost every one.
 
Have a good time. You better show us some pix when you get back, my friend.
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   Posted 7/7/2011 11:18 AM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Did that more than 10 years ago in the UK, (the whole voucher thing with no specific itinerary...didn't know where we'd be the next day until we made a phone call late in the afternoon the day before), and we had a blast.

I'm sure you will as well.

In our case we had a lot of relatives to visit as I still hold a UK Passport and most of my relatives are still in England/Scotland.

If the Irish are half as hospitable as the Scots, which I suspect they are, you're going to have some great pub memories so be sure to take lots of pub pics for us.

Bon Voyage.


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   Posted 7/7/2011 11:52 AM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.

An Irishman, an Englishman and a Scotsman go into a pub. Each orders a pint of Guinness. Just as the bartender hands them over, three flies buzz down and land-- one, two, three-- in each of the pints.

The Englishman looks disgusted, pushes his pint away and demands another... the Scotsman picks out the fly, shrugs, and takes a long swallow.

The Irishman reaches in to the glass, grabs the fly between his fingers and shakes him as hard as he can, shouting 'Spit it out, ya bloody bastard! Spit it out!'

 

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   Posted 7/7/2011 2:25 PM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Casper said...
 8 gallons would get you from one end of the isle to the other! Interesting.
Yes, but it will take THREE DAYS to get there.  smilewinkgrin
 
OK, slight exageration but the "country" roads are VERY narrow and some run right along the side of a mountain (big hill).
 
Once you get off the main drag, you can NOT get in a hurry and not mix your Guiness with gasoline either.
 
Beautiful country and nice folks, generally. 
There are some street gangs of thugs in the big cities but it's usually pretty obvious that they are up to no good and easy enough to avoid them.
 
It sounds to me like you've got all the basics covered.
 
Look for the sheep that graze the mountan sides.......that are bred with longer legs on one side than the other.
I think my sister-in-law still half believes that line of BS.  :p
 
 


 
 

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   Posted 7/7/2011 3:20 PM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
We have cows like that in WV. My dad told me so.


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Casper's cow. This proves it.

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   Posted 7/7/2011 6:40 PM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Casper said...
We have cows like that in WV. My dad told me so.

People in WV that have one leg longer than the other too!!  Hahahaha. Used to go hunting there and always pictured "Deliverance".


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   Posted 9/7/2011 10:53 AM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Funny how things work out.

 
So we're getting ready to go on this vacation to Ireland.  We will be out of the country for about 8 days.  My old(er) house will be left in the care of my son and Daughter-in-law for that time.  Now I'm a pretty handy guy, never pay anybody to do anything I can do myself.  I'm also quite lazy and I'd rather be riding my motorcycle than fixing downspouts or painting soffits - so my place ain't really that well maintained.  As we get ready to head off into the mists or Eire, I've had 2 major concerns.
 
The first is a long crack in my basement wall.  It's been threatening to cave in for about a decade, and I've been eyeing it nervously and waiting.  I was a little skeered that it would implode while I was 7K miles away and my feckless son (and who isn't pretty feckless at 21?) would have no idea what to do.
 
Well,,, problem solved!  We had a lot of rain last week and the wall caved in.  Several tons of red clay and a couple hundred smashed 6" block came into the house in a sudden manner.  House sagged a little, back door wouldn't open, some PVC plumibing smashed, otherwise Okie. Son wasn't so feckless after all and got the water turned off and called me and I had him kill the gas just in case and all went well.
 
SO--- I got some pipe jacks and went down there and dug it out and jacked the house back up and got to work.  Laid a new french drain, laid the block, sealed the wall.  Got some great quality time with beloved daughter in law, and she learned to sling mortar.  Good stuff.  Total cost: about a grand and some hours.  I can sleep at night now, big load off my mind.  Should have done it years ago.
 
Other worry is that half dead Sugar Maple tree by the driveway.  Losing branches regularly, threatening to come down.  If that thing falls while I'm gone it'll be bad.  Heck,,, if it falls while I'm here it'll be bad.  Tree service bid $600 to take it out, and I'm thinking about it but haven't made the move yet.
 
Well,,, problem solved!  Top half of tree snapped off, fell into the driveway.  Tree service is on the way.  I'll have them get it down and haul away the brush.  I have friends & family that heat with wood and we'll make it go away toot-sweet.  Cost is reasonable, and I'll sleep even better.
 
Funny how things work out,,,  turn


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   Posted 9/8/2011 4:31 AM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Some things not to miss:

1. The Cliffs of Moher in County Clare

2. Drive the Ring of Kerry through the Irish countryside

3. The Thunder Road Cafe in Temple Bar - Dublin - motorcycle themed restaurant / bar. http://www.thunderroadcafe.com/


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   Posted 9/8/2011 8:03 AM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Casper said...
 
Funny how things work out,,,  turn

And then there is Mr. Murphy.......who says, among other things, that the things you worry about most likely won't really be a problem at all.........and those who you never even think about will raise up and bite you in the ass when you least expect it.
 
Hope your string of luck continues !! smilewinkgrin
 
 


 
 

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   Posted 9/8/2011 10:05 AM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
The most important issue we found, was striving to think left handed driving and its impact.

Bear well in mind that when you cross a street, look left first the right, and repeat. If you crossing walking, this is very important especially if you are one of them that cross one lane at the time - as we all are.

Whether driving or riding THINK LEFT. Wife and I was humming that every time we cam to a cross section. You have a clear clues driving a car since you sit on the right side - where the steering wheel is - a bike will not give you any clues.

It's tough to start thinking left, left, left. And the statistics for accident with foreign drivers/riders/pedestrians are high and hidden. SO start thinking all the time.

Oh, a good umbrella is smart to have handy.


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   Posted 9/8/2011 1:17 PM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Ditto on the umbrella. Temple Bar is fun, but very busy; Dublin traffic is s**te, and if ye take to the drink, feckin cab it!! Speaking of drink, the Jameson distillery tour is great, and a good rule of thumb is Bushmills in the North, Jameson in the south; Guiness just about anywhere, but Murphy's is grand if you're in Cork or in the lower regions. Do see the castles that abound, but skip Blarney unles it's a 'bucket list' item of your personal must do's (it's a blooming cattle yard crowd) although the grounds are gorgeous. St Patrick's Catherdral is amazing but they'll rape yer wallet for a view of the inside. If you have time to go North of Belfast the coast highway is stunning: Giant's Causeway, the Rope Bridge etc. West coast and Galway (possibly some of the best oysters anywhere!) are fab, and Wicklow and the Eastern coastlands south of Dublin are grand as well. Don't even consider distances as being the same as here. Travel times are anywhere from 2-4 times what we consider average for our ETE's. Also there's the coin of the realm thing. Most of the Southern locales accept both Euro and Pound Sterling; Northern Ireland is still Soveriegn Brit rule so you must pay in pounds. Don't ask me why I know this for factblush
Ireland is in a terrible financial downturn and has been for several years, and it shows in the boarded up windows of shops, restaurants and tenements for let. But the People are fantastic, caring, and generous beyond immagination. The food is wonderful, local entertainment is abundant and fine, and "C'ead mille failte" (a thousand welcomes) is everywhere. Em, other things: Ireland is a place where tipping is not expected, but is highly appreciated and they'll say so. Smart phones may or may not work depending on your individual plan, credit cards DO require a pin#, and don't expect all the B&B's to have public phones and/or wi-fi. And there are no public restroom facilities in petrol (you know...gas bars) stations unless they also host a casino (ask my wife how she knowsblush ). It's a small and enchanting island, but it takes likely a good six months to experience a good portion of what there is to offer to a traveller. I do feel blessed to have it as my ancestral homeland. Slainte!


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   Posted 9/20/2011 11:32 AM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Driving to Chicago tonight (9/20), fly out of O'hare tomorrow (9/21) PM. Wish us luck,,, I'll have pics.


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   Posted 9/20/2011 2:22 PM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Weather forecast for N. Ireland is not too bad for next week. A little rain on Wednesday, white cloud up to Saturday. About 16*C. Could be a lot worse. Have fun!


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   Posted 9/20/2011 3:02 PM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Hey, has anybody used that "Dublinbike" thing, where you pick up and drop off a bike at the kiosk for just a few ?


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   Posted 9/27/2011 10:08 AM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Almost through the trip.  Big fun, pics soon.  I learned my first Gaelic word.  I'm pretty sure it means "Welcome, bumbling visitor from afar..  We're glad you're here!".  The word is pronounced - "FOO-kin-TARST"!  :p
 
Used to driving on the left now, little fiat is really pretty cool.  D has discovered Baileys.  Good times.


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   Posted 11/1/2011 3:12 PM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Hey Casper, hope you have better luck posting your pics than I did. Em, you are going to post some roight?


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   Posted 11/4/2011 9:42 AM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Yup yup,,, I'm pretty much electroncally illiterate, but her grace will make them available soon. Will try to get some up this W/E.


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   Posted 12/27/2011 11:49 AM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Finally got 'round to doing the pictures.  I had several of these done as large prints for Christmas.
 
Di is a beautiful girl, but hard to photograph.  I 'caught her' a couple times on this trip.  Good times.
 
 This is on top of the mountain at Knocknarea.  She could hear singing,,, 


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   Posted 12/27/2011 12:45 PM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
You seem to have spent some considerable time with a glass in your hand!


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   Posted 12/27/2011 12:52 PM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Well ya' man,,, we were in Ireland. In September. We were in Dublin on Arthur's Day!


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