Premier Apartments Dublin Sandyford
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... offers quite a mix of venues for your enjoyment. There are walking tours, which are fun, lots of bus tours to get you about the country and beautiful scenery at every turn. When Mark and I came here, for the first time in 2011, we stayed a The New Times a youth hostel. We then ended up at Abigale's, not sure why, another youth hostel. Where I have stayed the last few years and will again this year. The New Times was nice, but the common area is ...
YOU GUYS. I AM IN LOVE WITH DUBLIN AND I NEVER WANT TO COME BACK. Just kidding! I have to come back... They don't let non-Irish educated teachers to teach in schools haha. But seriously, the city of Dublin is amazing! I took the bus in from Castleknock to the city centre and I ended up around the River Liffey, which is the main river running through Dublin. There I crossed the Ha'penny Bridge which is this really pretty white iron bridge over the River ...
... Cafe for a hot chocolate and berry scone (Rob got an Irish coffee and some kind of fruit tart-I forget). It was a huge place and so ornate inside. We did some more walking and found a cute antiquey shop where I got some celtic charms to make earrings out of when I get home. Is it bad that we ate once again right after that? Haha, if you hang out around me you'll seriously never go hungry. In our defense though, we do a lot of walking! We had an early dinner at ...
... around with starches here haha.
Anyways, excellent last meal with the group. It helped the town had a certain extra fervor, as we learned Ireland's equivalent of the Super Bowl was being played the next afternoon so locals were getting a head start on tailgating. Felt like the night before a big game on a college campus, Eugene perhaps, to be sure.
We wished the Barrett's safe travels and set out for as long a night sleep as possible before our final full day in Ireland.
... cafés and tea rooms. One particular shop nearly caused Tracey to go on an unprecedented shopping spree to fit out our new (current imaginary) house. Fortunately I was able to convince her to wait and not buy the entire place, unfortunately on the way out Tracey discovered they did international delivery and had a website. Leaving Galway behind we drove out to Athenry where we spent the evening at my cousin Karina's house. We were joined by other cousins, Trevor, Niah and Chloe ...