Last days in Ireland

Yesterday after we checked out of our hotel we stopped at Silverstrand Beach, about a 5 minute drive from our hotel. When we arrived it was around 63 degrees and the first thing we noticed was a woman swimming, fully submerged. I thought maybe the water was warmer. But when Emily and I put our toes in to take a picture we discovered it was most definitely not. We stayed a while and jumped in the car and headed back to Dublin. The drive was much better than the day before. We got settled in and did some paperwork, printing documents. Then we found a place to eat, a pub called The Porterhouse. We had a good last dinner of fish and chips (mine as a sandwich) and a pint each. This morning we found our way to the Guinness Storehouse and did the tour. We were a little disappointed to find our tour didn’t take us into the working parts of the factory, but it was interesting. Then we came back to our hotel, got ready, and I took Emily to the airport. Tomorrow, I drop off the car and head to Scotland.

feet in Galway Bay/Atlantic, view of Bay

saying in Guinness Storehouse

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