Grappling at night towards being grateful.
Hi, it’s Jack. I haven’t written in awhile, but I’m here now! Why? Because board games. I’m a huge fan of board games and I’ve been getting more and more into the hobby since 2010. I’d continue to extole on the subject of board games and why the hobby is so great, but that’s certainly not…
London: Covent Garden
The more markets we go to in London, the more we realize that London is just jam packed with things to see and do… and eat.
Dublin: National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts and History and Spontaneous Finds
I’ve mentioned the street art of Dublin before, but the city even encourage it to a certain level and that is really too cool.
Dublin: Henrietta Street, Dublin City Gallery and National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology
One of the nice things about Dublin is its street art.
Dublin: Dublin Castle and Trinity College
Once again, I do apologize for the month’s break. There’s a lot of explaining to do but we’ll wrap up on the Ireland posts first before updating y’all faithful readers.
Dublin: Kilmainham Gaol
Political history is probably the last thing on my mind when it comes to vacation, but we certainly learned a lot about it during our time in Ireland.
Dublin: Guinness Storehouse and Italian Food
Italian food isn’t really Irish, but it sure is tasty. First though, the Guinness Storehouse!
Northern Ireland: Titanic Belfast
Fun fact: The most commonly asked about person at the Titanic Belfast is Celine Dion, simply for her iconic song in the movie Titanic (1997).
Northern Ireland: Belfast
In the morning we walked over to Paddy Wagon Tours, the starting location for our day trip to Belfast.