The Half Penny Bridge in Dublin - over the River Liffey. The name comes from the fact that it used to cost that to cross it.
|The wall in Galway where Judge Lynch hung his own son which spawned the term 'lynched'.|
|It was the 29th anniversary of the death of Bobby Sands. They held a memorial in Galway with a tribute to the 14 who died. We attended an interesting talk that evening by a gentleman who participated in the hunger strike.|
This was in the church that Christopher Columbus attended when he was in Galway. It just struck my fancy on many levels. I wonder if the 36 poor objects are still receiving their bread.
The Papal Cross in Dublin Park - the site of Pops John Paul's visit.
Skellig Michael - the site of a monastery back in the century. You can still visit there when the sea is calm enough to allow a landing.