Shantalla Lodge B&B
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... my first time booking a hostel. Next time I'll make sure to get a room with less people.
We woke up the next morning with all our plans set. We walked down the street to the Dublin Castle and joined up with a tour group that was there. We started off in the area outside the castle where the Irish officially gained their independence. Next we walked around to the Duhb Linn Garden, which is a flat circular green on the doorstep of the castle with stones ...
... and everything else involved in the brand. Top that off with a climb to the top of the building, seven floors at a plus 10 foot height to a grand view of the city and a free Guinness beer!. From there we walked back the 20 minutes or so to our shuttle back to our ship, arriving around 5:00 pm. After dinner we watched a show put on by a local Celtic dance group. The group travels around the world to dance contests and they were very ...
... in a long dark hallway that lead to a set of dark doors which opened automatically as as approached to a small bright white room with 4 aromatic vapor stands and a bar. Each vapor stand emitted the aroma of the major ingredients used in beer, roasted barley, hops, Esters and normal barley. After a quick description of how Guinness should affect each of our senses by a guide who was waiting in said white room, we were given a small ...
... how sports are governed, organized, and financed in Ireland. We learned about the GAA and how politics and sports are related in Ireland. We learned about how technology has been enhancing what the human body can do. We also had an interesting lecture on Physiotherapy. Since we were in lecture all day I wasn't able to get many ...
... be the reason, because I have absolutely no idea how I'd survive that shower any other way. We had to leave early, and the hostel was next to empty, but still when I went for a shower, the water was pure ice cold. And it didn't have a tap, just a button I had to hold down for the water to pelt out onto my defenceless naked body (stop drooling everybody). That meant I only had one hand to clean myself. So it was literally hold the button, get wet and icy cold, stop ...