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20 hours is a long long time to fly - legs too long for the plane and waiting for the holiday feeling to kick in. Soon i'm sure it will soon.
... load up into the plane. We were surprised to find that we were probably the youngest group on the plane and Steven is no spring chicken. The 2 hour plane ride to Dublin was delayed but uneventful. We exit the terminal after clearing customs and walk to find our hotel shuttle. A few minutes later, we are checking into the Hilton and are pleased they have a sports bar in the lobby. We can certainly use a plate of non-Spanish food. ...
... A great way to end the day, drinking a few pints and chatting in some amazing pubs. The pubs in Dublin really are something. Gorgeous spaces, with friendly people. They are places were it's fine to go and read a book for a while, or just sit and people watch.
This was a funny day, in all. It was a big day, lots of walking, but without really seeing anything in depth. But a good start, and a good introduction to Dublin.
... on leaving
since the trip with traffic can be pretty long), it completely didn't occur to
me that I couldn't check out so early in the morning! After realizing that
there was no way to contact any of the B&B staff, I began resigning myself
to the fact that I may have to keep the car an extra day (I didn't fly out till
the late afternoon so I'd have to just keep it while going around Dublin. In
the end, however, the staff got in ...
... 8217;s national symbol on it’s flag, which supposedly signifies the reference to a fictional character, le roi d'irelande, in the courtly legend cycle of Tristan. In addition, the green shamrock is also associated with Ireland. St. Patrick used this to describe the concept of the Christianity Trinity, with God being the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
Carmel gave us good historical information on our ride through the city, and I was ...