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  • My heart is super happy right now! I am soooooo excited for tonight! Cannot wait to watch Posty live! 😍😍😍😍😍 #postmalone #dublin
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    My heart is super happy right now! I am soooooo excited for tonight! Cannot wait to watch Posty live! 😍😍😍😍😍 #postmalone #dublin

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  • ● "To give (somebody) a taste of (one's) own medicine". Дословно - дать кому-то порцию его же лекарств. И тут в русском языке есть чёткий аналог: "Отплатить той же монетой". ●Версий происхождения данной идиомы две. Одни филологи утверждают, что всё пошло от басни Эзопа, в которой мошенник давал людям бесполезные таблетки под видом лекарств от всех болезней, а когда заболел сам - люди накормили его ими же (да, гомеопатию и БАДы для лохов придумали ещё в Древней Греции).
Другие исследователи не копают так глубоко и считают, что фраза появилась в 17-18 веке, когда лекарства были абсолютно ужасны на вкус, получали популярность путём сарафанного радио и в большинстве случаев никак не помогали. Так что если "врач" заболел сам - окружающие с интересом наблюдали как он глотает собственную гадость. ●
- I just gave him a taste of his own medicine.
- Я дал ему лекарство по его же рецепту.

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    ● "To give (somebody) a taste of (one's) own medicine". Дословно - дать кому-то порцию его же лекарств. И тут в русском языке есть чёткий аналог: "Отплатить той же монетой". ●Версий происхождения данной идиомы две. Одни филологи утверждают, что всё пошло от басни Эзопа, в которой мошенник давал людям бесполезные таблетки под видом лекарств от всех болезней, а когда заболел сам - люди накормили его ими же (да, гомеопатию и БАДы для лохов придумали ещё в Древней Греции).
    Другие исследователи не копают так глубоко и считают, что фраза появилась в 17-18 веке, когда лекарства были абсолютно ужасны на вкус, получали популярность путём сарафанного радио и в большинстве случаев никак не помогали. Так что если "врач" заболел сам - окружающие с интересом наблюдали как он глотает собственную гадость. ●
    - I just gave him a taste of his own medicine.
    - Я дал ему лекарство по его же рецепту.

    #Ireland #Dublin #Adventuretime #Travelphotography #Citylife #Architecture #Religion #Ирландия #Дублин #Английскийязык #Учеба #Англиомы #Религия #Архитектура #История #Психология #Литература #Фото #Город

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  • Skerries, is a small coastal town north of Dublin City and home to Skerries Mills 
Since the 12th century flour has been milled at this unique location. The fully restored complex brings to life the authentic workings of a five sail windmill, four sail windmill, water mill and bakery of the 1800's. This provides the visitor with examples of how wind and water energies were harnessed by our ancestors.

This unique collection of mills all of which are national monuments is one of Ireland’s foremost tourist attractions and industrial heritage centres. Guided tours are available daily and are a must on your list of things to do while in Dublin.

The story of stone-ground milling in Skerries Mills can be traced to the early 16th century when the lands belonged to the Priory of Holmpatrick, an Augustinian monastic foundation.

Milling continued in Skerries until the early years of the 20th century and a bakery which existed by 1840, was producing breads and confectionery.

Following a ten year restoration project the centre is now open to the public throughout the year. The mills with associated mill pond, mill races and wet lands are now a focal point for Skerries Town Park and the site commands wonderful views of the coast and off-shore islands.

Visitors begin their guided tour of the site in the four storey watermill building and bakery, they can try their skills at grinding, observe the waterwheel and equipment at work and walk through the corn field to visit the windmills. The watermill also houses the Watermill Café, an award winning gift shop and an exhibition space which can be accessed independently.

Facilities include, guided tours, watermill café with in-house baking and cooking, gift shop, exhibition area and artisan courtyard. There is ample free parking, Skerries Mills can be reached by public bus and train services, literature available in Irish, French, German, Italian and Spanish.

For more information see www.skerriesmills.ie or Tel: 01 8495208

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    Skerries, Dublin

    Skerries, is a small coastal town north of Dublin City and home to Skerries Mills
    Since the 12th century flour has been milled at this unique location. The fully restored complex brings to life the authentic workings of a five sail windmill, four sail windmill, water mill and bakery of the 1800's. This provides the visitor with examples of how wind and water energies were harnessed by our ancestors.

    This unique collection of mills all of which are national monuments is one of Ireland’s foremost tourist attractions and industrial heritage centres. Guided tours are available daily and are a must on your list of things to do while in Dublin.

    The story of stone-ground milling in Skerries Mills can be traced to the early 16th century when the lands belonged to the Priory of Holmpatrick, an Augustinian monastic foundation.

    Milling continued in Skerries until the early years of the 20th century and a bakery which existed by 1840, was producing breads and confectionery.

    Following a ten year restoration project the centre is now open to the public throughout the year. The mills with associated mill pond, mill races and wet lands are now a focal point for Skerries Town Park and the site commands wonderful views of the coast and off-shore islands.

    Visitors begin their guided tour of the site in the four storey watermill building and bakery, they can try their skills at grinding, observe the waterwheel and equipment at work and walk through the corn field to visit the windmills. The watermill also houses the Watermill Café, an award winning gift shop and an exhibition space which can be accessed independently.

    Facilities include, guided tours, watermill café with in-house baking and cooking, gift shop, exhibition area and artisan courtyard. There is ample free parking, Skerries Mills can be reached by public bus and train services, literature available in Irish, French, German, Italian and Spanish.

    For more information see www.skerriesmills.ie or Tel: 01 8495208

    #ad #dublin #ireland #europe #look #visit

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