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Irene Vallverdu (Valladolid, España)

My stay in Dublin has been very special and a different experience.The first day we arrived in Dublin we met the family. They were very nice people but it was a bit difficult to understand what they told us. Because they were from Galway and their accent was a tiny bit different.   The next days we did a lot of tours, we visited the natural archaeology and history museum, the museum of Ireland of chiefs and soldiers, also I could touch a beautiful snake! We visited molly Malone statue, the city hall, trinity college, Christchurch, St Patrick's cathedral and a lot of other places. I think Dublin is a good city to live in because you have a lot of facilities but almost every body lives way from Dublin, so the don't usually go to the city centre. Also I met people from all over the world who were studying English there too a very important day was St. Patrick's day.

In Dublin St. Patrick's festival is essential but it's not only celebrated in Ireland. The parades are also hold in New York and China. Everybody dressed green clothes and green hats trying to look like the Irish leprechaun.The party was amazing but the day was a bit short for me. We also went to Galway, I think it was the best day of all. I found it beautiful and with its amazing views, like the cliffs of Moher.   I recommend everybody to go there. The weather was very bad, almost everyday it was raining and it was also very cold. I just tried not to think about it and enjoy myself a lot. We had classes everyday unless we had tours around the town or something different to do.The teachers were different in each class but they were all good at teaching and I learnt a lot of vocabulary.   I bought some things for my family like a sweater for my sister. WE couldn't buy a lot of presents because Ryanair is very strict with the weight and their staff are very rude at luggage controls. Every night I talked a lot with the family about all sort of things and this helped me to improve my English and to speak more fluently.Finally, I have to say that the food wasn't good at all because everyday we ate the same things for lunch. Dublin is a city to return and I hope I'll do it some time.

 

My stay in Dublin has been very special and a different experience.The first day we arrived in Dublin we met the family. They were very nice people but it was a bit difficult to understand what they told us. Because they were from Galway and their accent was a tiny bit different.


The next days we did a lot of tours, we visited the natural archaeology and history museum, the museum of Ireland of chiefs and soldiers, also I could touch a beautiful snake! We visited molly Malone statue, the city hall, trinity college, Christchurch, St Patrick's cathedral and a lot of other places. I think Dublin is a good city to live in because you have a lot of facilities but almost every body lives way from Dublin, so the don't usually go to the city centre. Also I met people from all over the world who were studying English there too a very important day was St. Patrick's day.


In Dublin St. Patrick's festival is essential but it's not only celebrated in Ireland. The parades are also hold in New York and China. Everybody dressed green clothes and green hats trying to look like the Irish leprechaun.The party was amazing but the day was a bit short for me. We also went to Galway, I think it was the best day of all. I found it beautiful and with its amazing views, like the cliffs of Moher.


I recommend everybody to go there. The weather was very bad, almost everyday it was raining and it was also very cold. I just tried not to think about it and enjoy myself a lot.
We had classes everyday unless we had tours around the town or something different to do.The teachers were different in each class but they were all good at teaching and I learnt a lot of vocabulary.


I bought some things for my family like a sweater for my sister. WE couldn't buy a lot of presents because Ryanair is very strict with the weight and their staff are very rude at luggage controls. Every night I talked a lot with the family about all sort of things and this helped me to improve my English and to speak more fluently.Finally, I have to say that the food wasn't good at all because everyday we ate the same things for lunch.
Dublin is a city to return and I hope I'll do it some time.

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