Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Irish Tale

Happy St. Patricks Day to all my Irish friends!
Todd and I went to Ireland when some friends of our were getting married. It was a great 10 day vacation. We got to kiss the Blarney Stone, see a lot of castles, dancers, eat new foods, drink beer and enjoy some irish tunes. I have a funny story: we stopped for lunch and I asked the waitress for "iced-tea". She looked at me like (you dumb American) and said "we don't have ice here but I can give you tea." So I said okay. The dumb American that I am got served hot tea! I hope everyone has a lucky day!

8 pretty purplexing comments:

  1. Gettin' jiggy with the Irish today!! xoxoxo

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  2. Gee, no ice in Ireland - I'd be in trouble. Did you take pics of the castles? That would have been a cool vacation.

    Have a great day.

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  3. Have tons of pictures. Todd got one picture of a castle with cows in the "front yard" blown up. It hanging up above our bed.

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  4. I love it! Lucky you, I've yet to go, but plan on it.
    Happy St. Paddy's day to you !

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  5. No ice in Germany either! Or St. Patricks Day too! Sounds great I loved Ireland especially the accents okay and the beer!Happy St. Pattys Day Tami O'Miller!

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  6. Europe, (and UK) just don't get the whole ice thing. Actually they don't get the cold thing either. I hated it when every night my Grandfather (in Germany) made a big ceremony of bringing beer or wine up from the cellar and it was always room temperature. Doesn't matter how cold it is in Australia, certain drinks are always served icy cold, and most with ice cubes.....

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  7. Happy St. Patty's day to you too! BTW...I'm working on my list of stuff...I like those kinds of things - so thanks for tagging me!

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  8. Happy St. Patrick's Day! I am so far behind in getting caught up on reading everyone's blogs. I am going to enjoy reading yours. I hope you had a lucky day too!

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