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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was enjoyable and got to learn a lot about the history of Croke Park. We learned about an old groundskeeper that maintained the playing surface with sheep and a horse. We got to visit the player's lounge which was really nice. We visited one of the locker rooms and were able to see what type of facilities the teams would be given. We also got to walk out of the tunnel as if we ...
... officer who was married to Maureen O'Hara (name to be added) who was a supporter of the museum. Irish coffee was first served to the flyers so the town claims that Irish coffee was developed there. Everyone had a coffee or tea, while they demonstrated how to make the best Irish coffee. The weather cleared which was great so enjoyed the views. Lunch was at Dillon's in Inach; we had carrot soup and bread, while many in the group had cabbage and bacon dinner. Travelled thru ...
... car and our final assault on the roads of Dublin. Straight into Dublin and a quick stop at our hotel to unload our luggage then one last fuel stop so that we take the car back full then into the back of the airport and to Hertz. Just as we pulled in it really started raining. Didn't rain long but probably the hardest since we arrived. Catch a bus back to the hotel and we are in for the night.
Needless to say, this ...
... even if we didn't know it at the time.
We finally found the Irish music we were seeking after dinner at a place call Buskers. We made it back to the hotel by midnight, and agreed to a somewhat later start on Tuesday.
There were tons of people out and about - mostly college kids. Turns out it was the first day/night back at Trinity College.
We boarded the HopOn HopOff - first stop Christ ...
... the people on it and had just meshed the two groups together. We drove the rest of the way down to the Dingle Peninsula to a town called Annascula, where we were staying that night. The hostel was one of the Paddywagon hostels called the Randy Leprechaun. Took us about 2-3 hours to drive there from the castle. We all got checked in and headed up to our rooms to freshen up a bit before dinner. We ended up sharing with Mel, the 2 Polish boys and the Kiwi girl. We had dinner at the ...