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 Our journey started when we landed in Dublin. Some MD4S' people welcomed us and gave us the typical Ireland hat. Later we met our family and at first I thought they were very talkative and spoke very quickly but at the end of the week, I was also able to understand a little bit more.  Dublin is a very big city, more than Valladolid. What I liked most were the colourful Georgian doors. We visited some museums like the National museum, the archaeology Museum and the Natural Museum where there were alive snakes! A guide called Paul Showed us O’Connell Street ( the main street ), the post Office, the   City Hall, the oldest dock ever, castles, churches, the wonderful Trinity College, St. Stephens Green's park, Molly Malone statue which has a son that almost all the Irish know, and the spire. We did a trip to Galway; we went to Limerick, continued to the amazing Cliffs of Moher and then arrived in Galway. The best day was the 17th because it was St. Patrick's day! There were a lot of people in the streets wearing green clothes. We saw the fantastic parade and we could visit a typical Irish pub! (but, of course, with out teachers and coordinator) We had a great week, despite the wet and very cold weather.


Our journey started when we landed in Dublin. Some MD4S' people welcomed us and gave us the typical Ireland hat. Later we met our family and at first I thought they were very talkative and spoke very quickly but at the end of the week, I was also able to understand a little bit more.

Dublin is a very big city, more than Valladolid. What I liked most were the colourful Georgian doors. We visited some museums like the National museum, the archaeology Museum and the Natural Museum where there were alive snakes! A guide called Paul Showed us O’Connell Street ( the main street ), the post Office, the   City Hall, the oldest dock ever, castles, churches, the wonderful Trinity College, St. Stephens Green's park, Molly Malone statue which has a son that almost all the Irish know, and the spire. We did a trip to Galway; we went to Limerick, continued to the amazing Cliffs of Moher and then arrived in Galway.


The best day was the 17th because it was St. Patrick's day! There were a lot of people in the streets wearing green clothes. We saw the fantastic parade and we could visit a typical Irish pub! (but, of course, with out teachers and coordinator)
We had a great week, despite the wet and very cold weather.

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