|I really don't need one of these|
|Now I know where to get a giant crystal bear, |
should the need arise.
|built in 1837, opened as a hotel in 1997|
And that's the end of the Ireland trip for me, I get on a ferry to Wales tomorrow morning. Here are some things I have learned in Ireland:
1. Most Irish people (there were a some exceptions, but very few) are extremely nice, friendly, and hospitable.
2. Driving on the left side of the road from the right side of the car, while unnatural and not the way God intended humans to drive, is do-able.
2a. Round-abouts are no big deal.
2b. Sometimes the GPS lady is just screwing with you.
2c. Keep left, keep left, keep left.
3. The Irish countryside is spectacular; the cities... meh.
4. It's pretty easy to get just about anywhere if you're not in a hurry.