Gate Lodge Guesthouse
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... see in the world are in Ireland and some in England.
-River of Shannon: It's the longest river in Ireland and England. It comes down to the middle or Ireland
Industries: Tourism is huge here. Last year, there were 7 million visitors, and 7.5 million this year.
-Tea rooms onthe way up to the Cliffs that have a wait of 3 months because people that have come over to the port love the tea and cheesecake and spread the word.
... there! By the time we got to Waterford it was 9 at night & we all had been up for over 24 hours! We were absolutely exhausted & we were glad we made it to "Dooley's Hotel", so we could get some rest. The whole day I could not eat & I became very sick. I could say this was one of the most stressful days of my entire life, but I am still chugging' along, thank goodness! I hope tomorrow will be a better ...
So cool we were, until a day that had begun as too good to be true was delivered "justice," and one by one, literally every essential plan we had shriveled up and died. We were still cool enough to accept with an "oh well" that our bikes had not been loaded onto our last flight and might not arrive until morning, at which time, we would have already left Dublin. On to the city center we went by bus, and with the summer sun still shining at 9pm, ...
... the bus the rest of the way around to the hotel. Scott and I got off and toured kilmainham gaol, then rode back to near river. Got off and found a Starbucks. Then we found gogartys, walked across the ha'penny bridge, found Temple Bar, then met Merlin and Beth for dinner. We ate at a boxty place across from gogarty's. Then we went to gogartys for the pub crawl. It was really fun! Our two musicians were Steve and Bianca. She played the fiddle and he played the guitar and sang. ...
It's a cracker of a morning in Dublin. Brisk, crisp but sun shining so we head for a walk to see the lay of the land. Dublin has a great feel to it. Like most big cities, the Hop-on-Hop-off bus people are on every corner, and one noticeable thing is that there are a lot of beggars on the street. A lot who come up to you asking for money, they're so hard to understand with their strong Irish accents. The shops are huge, and many. Department stores old and new look wonderful. ...