DublinOctober 8, 2019 in Ireland ⋅ ⛅ 13 °C
We left the motorhomes at Red Cow parking lot and rode the tram into Dublin. I just love listening to the various Irish accents but often have no idea what they are saying!
A local lady on the tram pointed us in the direction of the Leprechaun Museum assuring us we would learn lots about Irish
fairytales. Our story teller was very dramatic and entertaining!
With trusty google maps Kath lead us to the Guiness Storehouse for the obligatory tour.
While I am not a Guiness fan, I did find it interesting seeing the process to make this roasted barley, hops and yeast stout.
Mr Guiness and his wife Olivia started making the brew in 1759. They had 21 children although only 10 survived to carry on the business. It has been exported worldwide for decades and is synonymous with Ireland.
Heading back out of Dublin we followed the highway towards Galway and stayed at a lakeside pitch at Ballykeeran overnight.Read more