On the second day of the AgeVenture News tour of Ireland-Scotland,
our news correspondents stopped by ROUSES, an Irish Pub in Dublin, an establishment that been in the pub owner's family
We received a gracious and warm welcome from the pub's owner and his wife, Maura who treated us to a Celtic welcome,
"Cead Mile Failte" which means "one-hundred thousand welcomes."
A wonderful musical treat was given by a trio of Irish musicians who accompanied ten-year old Michael, a Celtic Dance Champion.
The Rouses Pub has been in the owner's family for generations.
Tomorrow, we're off to Waterford, Ireland to visit glass-blowing artists who create classic masterpieces.
May the road rise to your feet, and lead you to this glorius Emerald Isle, a gem of an experience for the adventurous traveler.