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Scotland and Ireland

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S: Scotland & Ireland August 2011

FC: Our Journey to Scotland & Ireland Brendan Coach Tours August 2011

1: An official Scottish castle near Edinburgh, with a dowager still in residence | Formal English Gardens and a real moat, empty though

2: An old Gypsy caravan, still have gypsies in Scotland, but they travel by RV now

3: St. Andrew's Golf Course where women are only allowed to play at certain times. | Ah, Haggis the national dish rather oddly made involving intestines | In Balmoral where the Queen of England has a home, her local church

4: In Edinburgh for The Military Tattoo, military bands from the world, and the rain poured over us

5: A dinner celebrating the making of the haggis with songs and dance

6: So we leave the bonny hills of Scotland and go on the ferry to Northern Ireland

7: In Belfast a painting on the wall formerly used for political statements during the "troubles" now for peaceful signs, the Titanic memorial and peace | Peace? this is the police station in Belfast. | Angel of Peace to less troubled times

9: In Derry on the day of a Protestant March with the police out in force | In Contrast a bright spot in the city and part of the old city wall

10: Derry, a Pub with efforts to hide the effects of the "troubles"

11: In Galaway the church that JFK built, to right of mosaic of Christ is one of JFK, to the rt, no not Marilyn Monroe in Drag, a hero of the troubles

12: Yeats Grave | Early version of our Christian Cross, the Celtic Cross | Yeats Grave | Swans from a famous Irish tale adorn the chapel's doors | Early version of our Christian Cross, the Celtic Cross | Yeats Grave | Early version of our Christian Cross, the Celtic Cross | Yeats Grave | Early version of our Christian Cross, the Celtic Cross

13: The Bridge from "The quiet Man" | Kylemore Abbey once private home | Sign on our hotel. there is always another story

14: Rathburn Farm, a working sheep farm

20: Cliffs of Moher

22: And in County Kerry in the village of Kerry, we found Mom's family, Moriarty

23: Blarney Castle

25: From not kissing the stone, 2 hour wait to St. Patrick's Cathedral

26: St. Patrick's Stone, an ancient chest to store vestments in, the door of reconciliation, the cathedral in St. Patrick, and the crypt of Jonathan Swift (Gulliver's Travel)

27: Dublin Guiness Brewery, Ha'Penny Bridge, At a local pub a musician playing the Uilleann pipes | Pete & I in our official Irish Sweaters

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