"Kerry, Ireland" by TravelPod blogger anabi-wonski from the entry "Goodbye Ireland!!" on Tuesday, December  8, 2009 in Ireland, Ireland

"Kerry, Ireland" by TravelPod blogger anabi-wonski from the entry "Goodbye Ireland!!" on Tuesday, December 8, 2009 in Ireland, Ireland

St Patrick's Day - Irish Lullaby for Baby  Over In Killarney,  Many years ago,  My Mother sang a song to me  In tones so sweet and low;  Just a simple little ditty,  In her good old Irish way,  And I'd give the world to hear her sing  That song of hers today.

St Patrick's Day - Irish Lullaby for Baby Over In Killarney, Many years ago, My Mother sang a song to me In tones so sweet and low; Just a simple little ditty, In her good old Irish way, And I'd give the world to hear her sing That song of hers today.

Death leaves a heartache no one can heal.  Love leaves a memory no one can steal. -from a headstone in Ireland

Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal. -from a headstone in Ireland

Words and phrases in Irish Gaelic. Its a crazy, hard to spell language, but I love it

Words and phrases in Irish Gaelic. Its a crazy, hard to spell language, but I love it

I miss you more than I should. Please rest in peace my sweet and dear Mama.

I miss you more than I should. Please rest in peace my sweet and dear Mama.

I loved Munich -- entering the Marienplatz from the escalator out of the train station gave me a weird kind of "I'm Home" feeling! A favorite: the Glockenspiel at Marienplatz.

I loved Munich -- entering the Marienplatz from the escalator out of the train station gave me a weird kind of "I'm Home" feeling! A favorite: the Glockenspiel at Marienplatz.

The Bridge of Tears (Droichead na nDeor in Irish) in West Donegal, Ireland. Family and friends of emigrants would accompany them as far as the bridge before saying goodbye, while the emigrants would continue on to Derry Port.

The Bridge of Tears (Droichead na nDeor in Irish) in West Donegal, Ireland. Family and friends of emigrants would accompany them as far as the bridge before saying goodbye, while the emigrants would continue on to Derry Port.

Dublin Coddle is a comfort food associated with the Irish capital. It is a hearty stew of bacon, sausage, potatoes, and onions, popular ingredients in Irish cooking. | RotiNRice.com

Dublin Coddle is a comfort food associated with the Irish capital. It is a hearty stew of bacon, sausage, potatoes, and onions, popular ingredients in Irish cooking. | RotiNRice.com

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