Queen Elizabeth II
May 20, 2011 by staff
Queen Elizabeth II, Queen Elizabeth II has left Spain on board a flight from Cork Airport, ending her state visit of four days. The Queen approached the plane through a military guard of honor and Taoiseach Enda Kenny was there to say goodbye. Large crowds had lined streets in the center of the city of Cork and the mayor gave Queen a tour of the English market in the city. She met with some stall owners and addressed members of the public after leaving the market. There was a carnival atmosphere on the streets of Cork and the visit was more relaxed than many engagements in Dublin. Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip also called the Tyndall Institute, which is led by the University College Cork.
While in school, she found the twins Hassan and Hussein and her mother Angie Benhaffaf. Earlier, the Queen and the Duke visited the Rock of Cashel in Co Tipperary and made a private visit to Coolmore Stud. The Queen has indicated that he would return to Ireland for another visit. Mr Kenny said he invited her to come and be boarded her flight from Cork Airport.
The Prime Minister said that the Queen said she and the royal party enjoyed the visit. Mr Kenny paid tribute to everyone involved in the state visit. He said that Ireland has responded magnificently to the visit, the president of the right to the common people, who showed restraint and understanding.
Mr Kenny said the Queen had received a royal welcome Irish, which he said showed the importance of a new beginning for both islands. He said that Ireland was at the height of the highest world standards and the county could be proud. T? Naiste and Foreign Minister Eamon Gilmore said the visit had improved the reputation of Ireland overseas at a time when there were only negative headlines. Mr Gilmore said that due to the visit, the world was finally getting a picture of a country that did things right and was working through their difficulties. Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams has said, while expressing concerns about the visit of Queen Elizabeth, who also hoped something good, would come of it.
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