Flyover Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Family rooms
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I would be remiss not to have an entry regarding the pubs of Dublin. Now did I go to all of them? No. Truth be told I only went to a handful of the 1000 bars that are in he city. I suppose I will kick this off with:
Temple Bar: First impression of this pub is that this is sort of a cool bar (feel wise). Sort of what one would expect in an Irish bar, however, the ...
Thirty minutes after takeoff, I arrived in Dublin, Ireland. Because I am traveling on a budget, I chose to save the $25 per flight not to pick any of my seats- so up until today I haven't been able to escape the middle. But because today's flight was not at capacity, I was thankfully given a window seat. Wahoo! It sounds like such a small detail, but I greatly enjoyed being able to see out. My favorite part of flying, aside from takeoff, is descending into the ...
On the walk back through the city we found a cool pizza joint (too bad it was going out of business), some nerd comic book stores, and at the end a HUGE Ireland gift shop where we loaded up on souvenirs.
Now we're back at the hotel trying to plan for tomorrow. I'd love to get out to the countryside on a day tour but we also have to get ready for the flight home. Wow, one day left.
... br> Saturday morning we got up relatively early (7:30am) to get our day of exploring and sight-seeing started. The airbnb we were staying at also offered breakfast every morning which was such a nice touch. It was a gorgeous spread of breads, spreads, cereals, cheese, juice, etc. After a nice hearty Irish breakfast we hopped on the bus into town and began again in the Temple Bar area. We had read online they had a handful of street markets in the morning on Saturday and ...
... so the other player can't return it. We got some lunch then we went out to play Gaelic football. After learning some basics, another coach came out and just starting yelling at us. Simon was supposed to role the ball to him and misunderstood so he launched it over his head. Then we played a quick game of that. We had the chance to purchase hurleys at the end of the ...