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... also an interesting exhibition on children's books down the centre of the room.
After spending a while admiring the library, I made my way back in to the Temple Bar district, to the Hard Rock Cafe for dinner. Given that it was a Friday night it was pretty packed, but not overwhelmingly so. Had a great burger for dinner, grabbed another badge for my collection (Hm, I really need to find a way of displaying them all...) and then meandered my way back to the hotel.
... had a little Bailey's Chocolate Irish Cream and to bed. Wednesday, October 8: Early morning as bags were out at 7am and down to breakfast at 7am, ready to depart Dingle at 8:15am. Cloudy and drizzly day greeted us. Debbie and I were in the front seat today, behind Willy our driver. Today we are heading towards Ennis for one night. We stopped at Foynes Flying Boat Museum, to see original flying boat, stylus 314, which has been restored. Charles Lindbergh flew these as well as ...
... endless tea. The place was called the Hairy Lemon (ew). Breakfast (for those of you who don’t know) consisted of toast, brown bread, two sausages, blood pudding, scrambled eggs, baked beans, a fried tomato, french fries, and ham (irish bacon). I ate everything but the blood pudding. My waiter friend came and told me I had to at least try it but I argued that I’d had it before so after some glaring and guilting he deemed me exempt.
The third of four times we stayed in Dublin, we spent only one night before the four of us parted ways. We stayed directly downtown in the busiest section of Dublin. On our drive from Galway to Dublin, we stopped at an ancient burial ground where old kings were once crowned and eventually laid to rest. Our last drive was beautiful. Once we were back in the city, ...
... with history ,done in a way that allows you you spend as little or as much time as you want bands playing ,Irish dancing happening and ending up on the top floor with a complimentary pint of Guinness and 360degree views over Dublin. The music got Kath pumping and she joined in with the Irish Dancing bouncing around the dance floor all that Irish Dancing as a kid came flowing back through the legs ,as she jigged and kicked just ...