After HOURS & HOURS of staring at this.......
This was our reward; The sights of Ireland were magnificent. What the?!..Ikea?? Should have known
Our Transport for the very last leg of the journey
T.K. Maxx, NOT T.J.Maxx
Looking down the street from our "flat" (Irish lingo ya know)
Hallway is just like their streets long and narrow
James looks perplexed he's checking out the kitchen appliances.....
I think it's washer OR it could be a dishwasher..just not sure yet.
Ouch look at my guitar case...
I LOVED my blonde Beauty :(
Time for a little shut eye. No mattress..just the box springs
We set off to get a sense of our surroundings This is the Foyle River
Old City Walls
Interior doorway of Guildhall
All the windows of Guildhall are stained glass
Check out the date on this pub...the build 'em to last
The council room inside Guildhall. The chandeliers are crystal from Czechoslovakia
Another view of one of the chandeliers
The organ was built in 1914 for 897 pounds or approx. $1,300 dollars...HELLO!!!
This thing has 3,132 pipes, 3 manuals, and 50 stops!!...it's huge. I would love to hear Phantom of the Opera on this thing
Yahoooooooo...a dollar store!!
Typical streets of L'Derry
Some of the original cannons sitting on top of the inner city walls from the 15th century
The guys in the corner just came in to jam. They have bagpipes, a drum, flute, banjo, mandolin...AWSOME music, perfect setting
Inside of Peadar O'Donell's pub
Radio interview time
Drive 105 in L'Derry Ireland
James talks a bit and fills everyone in on American Country Western singing stories
Our gracious hostess Connie
We all pose with Connie and 10 year old fellow singer Simon Donegan
Right across the street from our interview....A cool drink anyone?