Dolphin Beach House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... amp; pastries for both of us and waited in the rain walking out to see every cab that drove by. 40 minutes later I got a text from Fran saying that dad was in our common room... he made friends with my entire building and made his way to Belgrove without me. Regardless of how he found my apartment, I couldn't have been happier to see him!
After a quick and rainy tour of campus, we met up with Julia and made our way to the train station. It was kinda cool ...
... visited long time, had proper espresso coffee, came back, showered, couldn't sleep because of coffee,finished Tourist, laid in bed until falling asleep
Monday - first day of work, weeded flower beds for 3 hours, took two hour lunch break, Puck Fair, chocolate muffin and ice cream, souvenirs, came back and hung out, ate ...
... finished for the season, but luckily we were misinformed so we jumped at the opportunity to get on a boat. The day on the island was fantastic, with blue skies and only one casualty getting of the boat (we almost lost Laura to the North Atlantic in a very risqué boat dismount in high seas). The monastery itself has stood on the very top of the island since 600a.d and wasn’t abandoned until the 1300s. Why on earth monks would live on here we don’t know but it did provide ...
... After our great experience in Dingle on the bikes, we debated the option of doing that again. But this time we wanted to experience it all on foot. Our final destination, a massive stone walled cocentric semi-circle fort called Dun Aengus, located at the top of a 100m cliff. It was a little over 7km away. So we set off, taking the "coast walk" that led us past the home of a seal colony and a very nice beach. To our ...
... drinking in the hostel then went next door to Joe Macs where Barbara was working (Uinseons mum) it was so good to see her!!!! She bought Jana and I pints! Had a few there went to Wattys where this really good singer was singing… the worst songs! Oh my god! The place was jammers and there was young and old and this guy was playing the most depressing Irish songs ever! I was running into all these people I used to know and they were all buying ...