Ident from the 1960s for the Late Late Show, presented by Gay Byrne. The ‘Late Late’ started on the 5th July 1962, and was presented by Gay Byrne for the next 37 years. It was also the very first RTÉ television programme that stayed on air after midnight.
Estar em uma cidade nova pode fazer você se sentir um pouco perdido. 🤔
E é por isso que a BTB preparou o Walking Tour! 😍
Logo na sua chegada a BTB te ajuda com:
🔹 Localizar onde ficam os principais supermercados para fazer compra;
🔹 Auxilia com a emissão de carteirinha de estudante;
🔹 Auxilia na ativação do chip ou contratação de plano;
🔹 Auxilia com transporte e algumas orientações locais;
🔹 tirar todas as dúvidas dos estudantes;
🔹 E MUITO MAIS!
Você não vai passar nenhuma dificuldade! Vem com a BTB! 😉
*O Walking Tour da BTB está disponível para Irlanda e Austrália. Para mais informações:
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Treasure: 👉 A Ship against the Mewstone, at the Entrance to Plymouth Sound - 1814
Artist: 🏴 J.M.W. Turner
Where:📍 #Dublin - National Gallery of Ireland
Photo: 📸 @nationalgalleryofireland
Tag: 🔑 #europe_treasures
👉 @archaeology.treasures 🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹 “A Ship against the Mewstone, at the Entrance to Plymouth Sound” is a watercolour (15.6x23.7 cm) by English painter J.M.W. Turner, made in 1814 and housed at the National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin.
In 1811 the engraver and publisher William Cooke approached Turner with a proposal to publish a print series entitled Picturesque Views of the Southern Coast of England. This watercolour, in which the waves are so accurately depicted, their frothy white crests being blown away by the strong wind, appeared in part six of the series published in 1815. The rigging of the ship labouring in the heavy swell, the clouds highlighted by a bright shaft of sunlight, even the gannets with their characteristic black wing tips are recorded in great detail. The ship, probably a Royal Naval vessel, is dwarfed by the dreaded Mewstone. This dramatic natural feature, which lies at the eastern end of Plymouth Sound off Wembury Bay, notoriously claimed many lives over the centuries. During the summer of 1813 Turner spent time travelling along the coast, filling sketchbooks with his observations. 🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹🔸🔹 ⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀🏛 Share our Wonderful Heritage 🏛
Inis Oírr ☘️ la più piccola delle tre Aran Islands ( lunga solo 4 km!) ha conservato intatto il fascino del passato : i muretti a secco realizzati in pietra locale per recintare il terreno, le rovine dell'O’Brien’s Castle su uno dei punti più alti dell’isola dove il panorama è stupendo, la spiaggia di sabbia bianca bagnata da un’acqua cristallina. La cosa più bella è stata poter godere di quel paesaggio in una pace assoluta ( merito anche del vento leggero e della giornata senza ☔️ - una rarità 😂). #aranislands#ireland#eire#visitireland#visitgalway#horse#irishcows#inspireireland#irish#wanderireland
When 2018 rolled around I made two important decisions. 1) to return to the anti-anxiety medication I had struggled with withdrawal symptoms from all summer and 2) to get back to Europe as soon as I could. By February I had booked a flight to Ireland. It ended up being a disaster.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Stomach flu and severe anxiety alone in a foreign country does not mix, let me tell ya. I spent almost the entirety of my short time back in Ireland suffering from the same paralyzing anxiety and uneasiness that had consumed by semester abroad, and then became sicker than I had been in years to top things off. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
And what did I do when I got back home? I booked a flight back to Ireland for March. The anxiety remained, but unjustly so. It’s out of my control. I had finally learned that I couldn’t wait for my anxiety to subside or for more ideal circumstances to align, and just got on with things the best I could. If you’d like to read more about being down and out in Limerick and Cork and carrying in spite of that, there’s a new post up on my website (link in the bio).
📍Cobh , Ireland 🇮🇪
💡Interesting facts :
🔸Cobh (cove means small harbour) is on Great Island in Cork Harbour. In 1838, the Sirius, the first steamship to cross the Atlantic, sailed from Cobh, and in 1912, the Titanic made its last stop here on its fateful journey.
🔸Cobh had a shipbuilding industry (Verlome) and a steel-making plant (Irish Steel), until the 1980s. Cobh is also home to a large fishing fleet, and is very busy during the peak fishing season, between September and February. Every year thousands of tourists also arrive in Cobh, on large cruise ships.
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