Gate Lodge Guesthouse
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... premises for 300 years (which makes it cool for that reason alone) and is renowned for itīs ageless character and numerous alcoves, snugs, nooks and crannies. This was a place where one could get lost in the building. It had two floors and there were TV's in almost all the nooks so you could watch all the sporting events that were going on. I watched my fair share ...
... an old pub listening to music and drinking.. er, I mean, watching other people drink pints of Guinness, we later stopped for gelato, took a nap at the hostel, and went out later that night. The next day, Courtney and I decided to go on a city walking tour. Walking tours are perfect for getting a general overview of how a city is laid out and, of course, learning interesting bits of history along the way. We met an Australian named Ben during the tour and the three of ...
... museums as part of its National Museum of Ireland system, three of which are in Dublin. Like most things in Dublin, they’re all quite small and easy to see in a day. There’s nothing on the scale of the equivalent museums in other big European cities like the British Museum or London’s Victoria and Albert and Museum of Natural History.
Ireland’s Natural History Museum is quite small and a typical old school museum of ...
... envelope to from the embassy.
She asked him to follow her to the processing area and within 15 minutes he was out and it was all done. No questions asked, they looked through it, added a stamp to his visa which we assume is the provisional green card and told him to carry on. We thought it would be more of an interrogation but were shocked it was so simple!
We didn't have too long to wait and we were off the Chicago.
... have pub called The Temple Bar too that dates to 1840. It's a stereotypical postcard of what you think an Irish pub would be like over here, full of character and packed. We stopped in for a beer and music and finally feel like we're in vacation mode. We had no agenda today and we weren't tired so we continued walking around town...along the river, thru pedestrian shopping ...