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Travel Blogs from Dublin
Well our small small B&B last night was a complete turnaround from the Presidential Suite the night before!! Our room was so small we had a suitcase under the bed. It was clean and comfortable and breakfast this morning was great and all for only 35 pounds each!
Left Kilkenny once we went around the town trying to find somewhere to …
... same menu, but it was always good (there are always exceptions).
I discovered Powers Whiskey. Hooray!
Guinness DOES taste better in Ireland (but not always). It's all about the flow.
Catching up with friends and making new ones was awesome.
Would I go back to Ireland? Maybe to see friends, or do more research into N's heritage.
Would I recommend it to others? Yes, definitely. It is stunningly beautiful countryside and adorable towns.
... but we were several hours early for check in! Left the luggage and, armed with maps, made our way into the city centre. Bit of a climate shock - only about 13'C and raining off and on. Had a good look around the old part of Dublin and got back to the hotel about 5pm. Had dinner in the pub attached to the hotel. Semi-final between Brazil and Germany tonight. It was a rout by Germany - they would have really been celebrating in Essen ...
... many statues and monuments to the 1916 Easter Uprising. It's a pity our one day allocated to it was wet, but the sun came out just as we walked back through the park to come home.
The city is situated on a large bay in the Irish Sea, with mountains on the southside, which we can see, covered in a mixture of green fields, golden gorse and pine forests.
... to cross to lake, and drive back to London. St Patrick's Day 2014 - you were awesome, bucket list item - done!
When in Dublin
Shamrocker Tours: http://www.shamrockeradventures.com/tou rs/st-patricks-day/dublin-party-tour-lo ndon-departure
Guinness Factory:http://www.guinness-storehouse. com/en/Index.aspx
St Patrick’s Day celebrations in Dublin: http://www.stpatricksfestival.ie/
Must have: a Guinness, Jameson's Wiskey, Bailey's, Stout and Guinness Pie