Category Archives: Ireland
For our last day in Ireland, we got on the bus bright and early for our drive west across the country from Dublin to the Gallway area. Our first stop was the famous Cliffs of Moher. Eroded over time from … Continue reading
Just like our city tour of Belfast, Dublin was beautiful and historically fascinating. We had another day of perfect weather as we walked around the city. We walked through Trinity College, saw the Guinness factory, went into the Parliament building, … Continue reading
This morning we took a two hour drive south from Belfast to Dublin. We all were able to catch a few minutes (or hours) of shut eye before we arrived at our cultural sports clinic for lessons in Gaelic football … Continue reading
For our final day in Belfast, we explored the natural beauty of Northern Ireland. On our way up the Coastway, we passed Dunluce Castle before arriving at the famous “Carrick-a-Rede”. We were super excited to cross over the rope bridge, … Continue reading
Pictures as promised!!
Day 2 was right back on the Titanic to the Titanic Museum! Just opened in March, the Museum is the largest Titanic Museum, extremely detailed, and very engaging. We saw the costumes worn by Jack and Rose in James Cameron’s … Continue reading
After a hearty Irish breakfast of sausage, eggs, bacon, toast, mushrooms, and potato pancakes, we walked out of the hotel to find a double decker bus mimicking the Titantic! Why the Titanic you ask? The Titanic was actually built in … Continue reading
Greetings from Belfast, Northern Island! We are currently relaxing in our apartment-style housing outside of the city of Belfast after dinner. But let’s start at the beginning: We planned to leave Haverford at 4 pm and 99% of the group … Continue reading
Victoria Sobocinski ’13 will be blogging from Ireland during her 2012 Fall Break.