Lougher Farm B&B
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- All-Suites Property
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After settling into the Abbey Court Hostel and obtaining our Starbucks, Emily, Ally, and Wendy and I set out on our Dublin adventure. Here's a run down of things we managed to see, experience, and learn while on two hours of sleep: 1. The street signs in Dublin are on the sides of building, way above eye level. This made it a bit tricky at first to figure out where we were going. How many college graduates does it take to read a map? 2. None of the museums open until ...
... into Edinburgh, but the free wifi in the airport kept us entertained! Despite the bad weather our flight was very smooth, and the landing was one of the better ones we've had this trip. Unfortunately the weather hadn't changed much when we got to Dublin and we arrived in the rain. After catching the bus into the city, and making a few wrong turns we were a little wet by the time we got to our hotel! We decided to have a fairly quiet afternoon as the rain ...
... flight would go via a stop at Newark, New Jersey and my backpack was booked right through to Dublin, I would have to go right through US immigration and carry my bag through customs before checking it back in for the final leg of the journey home.
On the positive side, my name was announced over the tannoy to return to the boarding desk where I was asked if I was prepared to swap seats so that a family could sit together. I ...
... We learned some maneuvers to get the ball from the ground and how to balance the ball on our stick as we jog down the field. We played a small game of hurling as well but this game did not get as aggressive. We were not very good at getting the ball off the ground, so it turned into more aggressive golfing than any sort of hurling. I chose to be goalie because I felt like I would have gotten hurt if I ...
... was impressive and worth an over an hour visit.
We did a lot of walking and last minute shopping in the city center. We crossed the Half Penny bridge and wandered through the Temple Bar neighborhood. As always, we met a few characters along the way. You have got to love the Irish!
We fly home tomorrow - it seems like we have been here more than 9 days. I could stay a few more . . .