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Last month, thirty-five students from fourth grade and first of “bachillerato” went to Ireland for a week. We spent seven wonderful days in Dublin with the Irish: we slept at an Irish house, and the hosts were just great, very nice and smiling all the time, and they cooked really well. We also had classes four hours each day except on St. Patrick's and Bank Holidays.   We went on a trip to Galway, an old city in the north-west, driving through a green beautiful country and making a stop at the Cliffs of Moher, a place by the sea with astonishing beauty. It rained a lot except the Galway day!   We also enjoyed St. Patrick's day: we attended the parade and then went through the crude streets to an Irish Pub – with the teachers of course -, where we danced and had a great time. Dublin is a delightful city, it was a pity we didn't have more time to discover more about it. It was a really enjoyable experience and I would repeat it again and again!



Last month, thirty-five students from fourth grade and first of “bachillerato” went to Ireland for a week. We spent seven wonderful days in Dublin with the Irish: we slept at an Irish house, and the hosts were just great, very nice and smiling all the time, and they cooked really well. We also had classes four hours each day except on St. Patrick's and Bank Holidays.


We went on a trip to Galway, an old city in the north-west, driving through a green beautiful country and making a stop at the Cliffs of Moher, a place by the sea with astonishing beauty. It rained a lot except the Galway day!


We also enjoyed St. Patrick's day: we attended the parade and then went through the crude streets to an Irish Pub – with the teachers of course -, where we danced and had a great time.
Dublin is a delightful city, it was a pity we didn't have more time to discover more about it. It was a really enjoyable experience and I would repeat it again and again!

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