First on the list is
- Guinness Storehouse. It is
’s number one visitor attraction. It tells visitors the dramatic story of the 250 year history of Guinness. Ireland
- Kilmainham Gaol. Built in 1792 and closed in 1924, it is
’s most famous disused prison. Ireland . It was built between 1208 and 1220, and was the center of English power in Dublin Castle for more than seven centuries until it was taken of by the Ireland Irish Free Statein 1922. This complex represents some of the oldest surviving architecture in the city
Second on the list is
. It is one of Wale’s leading tourist attractions Cardiff Castle
- Millenium Stadium. It is the best rugby stadium in the world.
- Llandaff Cathedral. The seat of the Bishop of Llandaff
My sister suggested
St.James Park. The home of the Newcastle United Football Club.
- The Quayside. It is a cultural and arts center, with galleries and art sculptures.
- Bridges. The city is known for its bridges: the
, the Tyne Bridge , High Bridge and the Gateshead Millenium Bridge Swing Bridge.
My mother said she wants to go to
. The museum contains an exhibit of medieval armor and weapons displaying the way of life among nobles and notables of the period. Royal Armouries Museum . It features a Home Farm with many rare farm animals. Temple Newsam . It exhibits medical and surgical techniques from the 19th Century up to today. Thackray Medical Museum
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To my mother and sister, I am wishing you a “Safe and Happy Trip!”