Phoenix Park Hotel
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Two years Wow! Making it to the two year mark has been having me itching for the next adventure. At this point I feel as though I have a couple of places left to explore here before I am completely satisfied with Ireland.
I need to see the Dingle Penninsula!
Since coming to Dublin I have made new friends, grown as a person socially and professionally. Over the course of two years I have read a some total of three - four books. ...
... This is significantly less than I usually take over for a week in Germany... I either forgot half my stuff or I should apply more thought to what I pack next time I'm going to Germany.
When Yuni came back we were both quite hungry and our plan was to visit favourite lunch escape, "Taylor's at Three Rock", a very nice, old Road house pub/restaurant, with a thatched roof and a fireplace, just down at the bottom of Three Rock. The ...
Everyone got organized and chatted with Tony in the morning. Caleb and Tony spent a good hour talking soccer and all of the recent player movements. Christine took direct aim at Tony's fridge which had so much ice build up there was no room for any food. Before Tony knew ...
... little hut by the tram stop so we go there first. We sit by the park to drink our tea and coffee. Eve eats her ice cream breakfast appetizer, Then we head for the market which ends up having excellent food choices and goodness everywhere.
I find some Irish blue cheese called Cashel and take a baguette to have with the cheese. We head back over the way to the hostel to eat at a table. Quite possibly one of the best blue cheeses ...
Tuesday was our last day in Dublin. We slept in a little later and then had a full Irish breakfast at the hotel before checking out. The hotel staff were kind enough to store our luggage so we could enjoy some more sightseeing in the city before we left. Sandy really wanted to see the Library at Trinity College so we headed there, while my mom went to Glasnevin Cemetery and my uncle and cousin went to Abbey Theater. ...