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Tag Archives: ireland
Long Live the Titanic! w/video “God Himself could not sink this ship,” a crewman of the Titanic said to one Mrs. Albert Campbell, as she boarded the ship in Southampton, England In May 1911, the RMS Titanic gracefully slid into … Continue reading
Discovering Dublin, Ireland w/1-min Video I skipped down the stairs of our hotel, the Mont Clare, in fairly fashionable Merrion Square on a pharmacy mission. I turned the corner, passed an antiquated, rather haphazard shop, and stopped. A white-thatched, distinguished … Continue reading
The Dublin, Ireland, “City Gallery The Hugh Lane” in Dublin. Ireland, houses Ireland’s country’s greatest collection of modern art. The Hugh Lane is also the oldest gallery of modern art and home to the studio of one of Ireland’s greatest … Continue reading
Dublin, Ireland’s, Hugh Lane Gallery is one of the art world’s small, exceptional museum gems. It’s home to the best and brightest of Ireland’s modern art collection, and features the actual studio of Francis Bacon, clearly one of Ireland’s greatest … Continue reading
Pour A Pint in Belfast Please watch the Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1-minute Video PostCard at the end of this post. Belfast, Northern Ireland, is a restless place. It struggles, like the rest of the country and the UK, of which … Continue reading
Belfast NI From Blogger Pictures Belfast, Northern Ireland: Open for Business Say hello to Belfast, Northern Ireland, where the pubs pour great lager, and the laughter and the garden-studded streets cover the ugly scars of “The Troubles.” Who would have … Continue reading