This summer we arrived at 11.30 am outside The International Bar, where Lorcan Collins was ready for the walking tour. We were about 25 people, who were in the company of Lorcan the next couple of hours. We walked in the centre of Dublin while Lorcan was telling the history of the rebellions. We saw The Spire of Dublin, The General Post Office and Dublin Castle etc.
We never doubted about, whose side Lorcan was. He spoke about the famine, the English occupation, and the rebellions, who were jailed and executed though they were very ill. Though it was sad stories it was told with a twinkle in his eye, but keen. After that we never doubted whose side we were on - the same as Lorcan.
While we were walking to the point, we could discuss todays political problems with Lorcan. We recommend this tour very much. Lis, Marie and Gert.
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