Sunday, 16 March 2008

VIRTUAL VISIT TO DUBLIN (Easter break from phonetics)


Are you one of those enjoying a bit of peace and quiet at home while others burn kilometres on the road?
Not to worry, imagination can take you further if you start walking over the Ha'penny Bridge in Dublin, in the photo, not a penny spent!.
Here's a TREASURE HUNT activity about Dublin for you. Click here and follow the instructions proposed in the activity. Send your answers to the link 'comments' at the end of this article.
Enjoy your visit and HAPPY ST PATRICK'S DAY!

5 comments:

Juan Carlos P. said...

And don´t forget to enjoy music while travelling to Dublin. There is a street musician in every corner, and the music they play is terrific!

Ana López Pozo said...

That's very true! Fiddlers, bodhran
players and dancers defy the weather to enjoy themselves and entertain us.

Steph said...

Ana!! I found it! Just wanted to say hi :o)

Anonymous said...

Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!

Beatriz said...

Thank you...I´m going to Dublin next month and you have gimen me a lot of useful information.
Your blog is great...here are my answers:
1.Ryanair/ Aer Lingus
2.Abigails Hostel
3.General Post Office (GPO)
Trinity College Dublin
Four Courts
4. Trinity College Library
5. Dublin pass
6. Liffey
7. In 1664
8.
9. Baile Átha Cliath
10. a hundred thousand welcomes