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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... narrow little lanes Steve negotiated, this was a breeze. We drove right across Ireland from Galway to Dublin in under 3 hours.
We found the Hilton near the airport and unloaded the car. Then Steve arranged to follow the hotel shuttle bus over to the Hertz place at the airport. The guy was just great. He ...
... It is interesting watching the game because the football field only takes up a small part of the large grassy pitch. It reminds me of when they have the hockey games in the baseball stadiums. At halftime, they put on a demonstration of the sport of Hurling (yes, hurling not curling) which I had wanted to see. I do not understand the rules, but it is fast and I like it. It reminds me of a cross between hockey and lacrosse. I ...
... sandwiches while enjoying the glimmer of sunshine that was peaking through the clouds as an Irish attempt at summer. Literally as our bottom hit the park bench seat it began to pour down. We took shelter under a small shed and munched away on our sandwiches when a young Irish lad came over to share our shelter. He turned to us and said 'I hate the rain'. We thought it was fairly amusing considering it always rains in Ireland and Erin happily pointed this out to him. No ...
... Irish drivers and one Australian driving down bus only lanes and performing u turn in front of oncoming traffic, but apart from that all went well. Found the Ibis after getting directions from a redheaded Irish lass. Not Julie but a local girl. Dublin looks like a thriving city, full of drinking establishments full of young people. Hopefully we will get a chance to explore on our way back to England. She ...
Arrived in Dublin and drove our rental car to:
Three Store in shopping centre
K3, Omni Park Shopping Centre Swords Rd Santry,
Dublin 9, Co. Dublin, Ireland
to buy a sim card w/data plan for our iPad.
Next on to our first B&B for two nights:
170 Upper Drumcondra Road (N1), Dublin 9