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... prominent in the Easter Uprising and the Civil War, who was subsequently reprieved and released. He was the last prisoner, the gaol closed on his release. Ironic because he went on to become at various times Prime Minister and then President of the Republic of Ireland, and was the man who opened the prison as a memorial monument and tourist attraction in the 80s. We have been to Napier Prison. That place is like the Hilton compared to this.
... I get tea and pancakes. They only give you two but they are huge! I can only eat one and a quarter. The bagel Jen got looks good. I think this is the better choice over McDonalds which is also on the way to the LUAS stop. The rain has stopped for now. I think I have this LUAS down now. Red line into town either Connolly or The Point. Swipe Leap card at the card reader on the platform before boarding and after exiting. We want Abbey Road ...
... to head out and she jumped on the chance to come with me. Apparently she didn't want to be that close to Chris. We left with Colleen promising (falsely so) to come back later. We met up with Allaina for a coffee and then headed off to our hostel, stopping off along the way for a snack. Once in our room we both went to bed, well we attempted to since the snoring guy was talking at full volume until 1am, and then he proceeded to snore all night long!!!
Ok so today! ...
... at the overwhelming response but I
guess that's sex appeal for ya!
My 2nd day in Dublin was spent with Courtney,
Shayne, Abby, Haley and Leah. We slept in, went into town and had lunch and
then Leah had to leave early for something. But the rest of us went to the
Guinness factory. It was more extensive than I thought it would be. After the
tour, we went to the lounge at the top floor, which has panoramic views of
Dublin and I tried my first sip ...
... 45 pm which was AWESOME!! Way better than Paris. You can on huge ass double decker bus, the bottom is completely gutted of seating and turned into a haunted house with scary scenes propped up everywhere and creepy pictures and dim lighting. You then head upstairs in the bus and take a seat and all of the windows are completely covered and it is very dark. Our tour guide was dressed up and just fantastic.. told us lots of ghost stories ...