Gate Lodge Guesthouse
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... illumination of its passage by the winter solstice sun. Our tour guide even recreated the illumination with a flashlight when we were inside the mound. It's not the same as the real deal, but it was good enough. There is no direct access here, so you have to go to Bru Na Boinne Visitor Centre. They shuttle you there by bus, and it cost £3 unless you are a student or a senior. You pay £2.
... walled during the 13th century. Our hotel was the "d" hotel, in the center of town overlooking the river. After checking in we took a tour of the town; the highlight was St. Peter's Cathedral, this was the most ornate cathedral we've seen. It contained the actual head of Saint Oliver Plunkett who was beheaded during 'the troubles'. It started raining just before the tour so we were a little damp by the end. Our last get together with Sabina and Willy was at 5:30 followed by ...
... yesterday. Every store I went into after purchasing my sweater I managed to set off the security system at the doorway. Because I set it off on the way INTO the store, they didn't get too upset when I also set it off LEAVING the store. Today, I found out why. When getting dressed for the cool day in Dublin, I decided to wear my new sweater. Guess what I found attached to the bottom edge of the sweater...an electronic security device. Let me tell you...they are ...
... hot tub, sauna, and steamroom. Just take note that if you use it pool, you must wear a bathing cap.
When we head back to the hotel (the Leisure club is a separate building), we notice that the other floors of the hotel have bigger windows and the ground floor looks like it is a little alcove. We are definitely in the servants’ quarters! After showers, we decide to try the restaurant for dinner. I have a warm ...
... in bed while N went to GAA football. Croke Park is just a stones throw away from the apartment, I could hear the cheers and jeers.
The next day we took a tour out to Newgrange and Tara, ancient burial sites. Amazing stuff. Old rocks and ancient rock art. The burial mound at Newgrange is internally original, externally "interpreted" as it may or may not have fallen on the ground... it's controversial amongst those in the know.