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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Family rooms
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... a sign saying Antique Radio Museum we only 10 minutes left but we weren't able to locate it so will have to google it next time have Internet. Thai dinner tonite leave at 6pm then day at sea tomorrow so hope it isn't to rough we arrive in Leith Edinburgh Scotland on Thursday at 4pm. Just heard going to be rough tonite an tomorrow so looks as if I'll be taking seasick ...
I flew out of Denver at 10am. As usual i did not sleep much at all the night before, maybe got 2 hours sleep. Up at 6am to get ready. Gerry was already awake as well, as she did not want me to miss my flight. The drive to the airport took just over 30 minutes, no traffic delays. The flight to Chicago was a little over 2 hours, so i had plenty of time to sit in the lounge and wait till the flight to Dublin. We departed at 8pm and arrived at 9.30am the next day. Flight ...
... those of you who don't know what an Irish Car Bomb is, it's a shot mixed with Jameson & Bailey's, that you drop into 1/2 a glass of Guinness. That's when Erik decided to look up on Google what the issue was with ordering Irish Car Bombs in Ireland, and most forums just said they don't make the drink there & not to order them-- that it was an American drink. So it was still a mystery to us what the issue was. We decided at that point to leave the ...
... than the other museums of Dublin but very informative all the same. We enjoyed a live action story telling about local ghosts and mysteries session from a story teller. The National Museum of Ireland- Archaeology and Natural History are also very worth a visit (especially as they are free unlike Dublinia) The river side area down by the Custom House is also nice for a walk.
Plenty to see and do!
... on a different road and stopped in Killyleagh which was a nice little town with a great French-looking castle and colourful shops and houses. We went for a harbour-side walk. Everything was so calm. Ben took lots of photos. We looped back to the van and went off in search of an official Aire that was in our Camperstop book but there was no sign of it when we got there. So we went on to another one 6 miles away on Sketrick Island. Lovely setting and ...