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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Such a long but awesome day!
After we left the hotel (breakfast) to get our day started, we started off with Christ Church Cathedral. Beautiful building and so much history and royal background to it! My favorite part had to be going down into the crypt though. Got some great pics for this tour that we need to upload and caption before we forget.
The coolest thing we did though, ...
... my first visit to this city. We stopped for lunch in the busy shopping area just north of the hotel at a place called Bewley's. We got to sit upstairs, where it was slightly quieter, but you could still hear the street musicians outside the cafe playing. They were quite talented.
After lunch, we waked through the temple bar district on the way to the old Jameson's distillery. The distillery was crowded and the next two tours were almost full, so ...
Well here we are. It's our last day here in Ireland taking it easy while we slowly pack our bags for the flight back to St. Johns in the wee hours of the morn. Twenty-four days in total with a seven day trip over to Edinburgh in the midst of it all. Did we see everything we wanted? Not by a long shot. There's never enough time to see and experience it all but we made a pretty good dent any way. Our last couple of days here in Dublin has been ...
... the visitor centre of Newgrange and Knowth, prehistoric monuments built over 5,000 years ago. When we arrived at the centre around 12:30, we learned that we could not get tickets until late in the afternoon. Since we had to have the car back before the time the tour would be over, we have to put this one off until another visit to Ireland. It is only accessible by guided tour.
Driving today, we spent a lot of ...
... now down in Cork. We had a coffee, Irish of course while we waited for the tour to start. While we were waiting it started to rain heavy so Peter went and got us 4 plastic poncho plastic macks in case we needed them later which fortunately we didn't, they might come in handy later perhaps. We saw a film of how Jameson whiskey started an then had a tour of the premises which was set up to how it was made from the barley ...