Saturday, May 17, 2014

Arriving in Ireland-Dublin, Limerick

We had a good flight from Atlanta, and students and faculty appeared eager to start our journey in this wonderful country.  First Dublin, where we rode our bus connection to Heuston train station, and then our train ride to Limerick Junction and Limerick.  Although we saw little of the city, Dublin is one appealing European city.

Our train ride to Limerick was uneventful, and everybody tried hard to take a nap and recover the sleep hours lost in the trip.  Everyone was fine when we arrived to Colbert station in Limerick and when we finally got together at Courtbrack, the Mary Immaculate College (MI) accommodations where Holly Cowman, the efficient MI International Relations Director, and John, the manager, gave us a warm welcome.  After a brief orientation from John, we were ready to visit the city's most known places.

Enjoy the funny-looking pictures.

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