In Dublin fair city...

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    You'll find far to many cars on the road blocking your way at 5pm. But you do get a good vieuw at the city that way. But let´s start with how I got to Ireland. Again we took the Northfolk line. This time from Liverpool to Dublin. We lost our way in Liverpool trying  to find the docks. Neither tom-tom nor my mother found it, so eventually we followed a very nice taxi driver and arrived 1 minute before the ship left. Still we got a man inside our camper  checking if we didn´t had anything illegal with us. We didn't so we boarded our ship. It turned out to be mostly a cargo ship, so we had the passenger lounge and restaurant almost for ouselves. There was also a place at the front where you could watch the ocean in front of you. My I-pod that was on a shuffle decided to use the oppurtunity to put some Titanic music on. Whew, did I felt like a flying Rose? Still seven hours is quite a long time, so take a book, movie etc with you. When I went out again At the front I could see Ireland. Again my I-pod chose a perfect song with it. However after that song he started to sing christmas carols. As if to say, thatś enough for the day. I guess it was. Found a nice camping near Dublin, Tomorow We´ll really be going, to discouver Ireland
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