Portobello Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Miss Amy picked us up about 8:30 a.m., Sunday, to drive us to the Salt Lake City airport to catch our 11:00 a.m. flight, first to Atlanta, then to Dublin. We could have called a van but imposing on the kids is fun and rewarding . . . . Amy is funnier than a non-english speaking taxi driver. Arriving in Atlanta on schedule, we decided to walk, …
Dayna here ~~ Tom and I discovered, while in Vietnam, that we make a great blogging team. He is witty and funny when he writes, I am a stickler for grammar and spelling. Like our annual Christmas letter, he writes the draft and I edit + I upload the pictures, caption them, and place them in the appropriate order. Soooo, here is Day #3 of our …
... got pics of (Sweet) Molly Malone - the tart with the cart - who sold her wares by day and other things at night!!! Visited an off license (abc store) and purchased Irish cream (Coole Swan) to enjoy. Caught the bus back to the hotel and quickly got ready for dinner and cabaret show at Taylor 3 Rock Pub. Enjoyed salmon and prime rib with a nice soup and salad. Had our first Irish coffee. Musicians, dancers and comedian put on a nice show. Once back at our hotel, we had a ...
... some of the famous Dublin colored doors.
Back to Jameson’s and tour. It starts with a movie that is amusing at times. We then go through a walking exhibit of the various steps to making the whiskey. I notice in the grain storehouse exhibit a cat which the tour guide later points out and says was an actual cat that used to work there. After it died, the workers loved it so much that they stuffed it and brought it back. ...
... after all. He and his wife and daughter arrived at the airport in the US only to find that the daughter’s passport had expired! This was disappointing for everyone.
On Friday the four of us headed into Dublin, Stephen, Gayle and Blair to Trinity College and the Book of Kells and Mum to the shops. The Trinity Tour was fantastic even though it was pouring with rain, as the very entertaining guide said “Welcome to the Irish Summer.” ...