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TravelPod Member ReviewsCiti Hostels Dublin
...but the internet kept crapping out time and again. Other than that the place was awesome, the staff was kind, and cleanliness was what could be expected when one is paying less than ten Euro a night. I'd come back here again.
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... to a place called New Quay and stopped to say hi to Ben on our way down. Lovely place New Quay is, small seaside town. Went on a boat cruise for a hour around the coast hoping to spot some dolphins (yes you can find them here!) ended up only spotting a big black seal. After that we headed back to Bens place for some dinner and few beers. This whole camping thing didn't work out so Ben offered us to crash at his place. Very kind and highly appreciated. ...
... sneak in front of them, to no avail, because the line to enter is already half a block long and it's barely passed 10am!
We mill around weighing our options. Should we just drive out of town, and tour the countryside? Should we wait until the museums open? Should we just deal with the long line? After much contemplation, and discussions and the tension and frustration rising we purchase tickets for the hop on hop off bus tour. Unfortunately, ...
... want to be too hungover for that.
Lucky for us we didn't miss out on the night clubbing cause it was already in full swing when we got home. We managed to find some ear plugs to help us sleep but at 3.30 i was woken by ......I CAME IN LIKE A WRECKING BALL!!!!!!!! ...... thank you Miley Cyrus.
Day dawned like any other day....... haha bet you thought I was going somewhere with that...... but I wasn't. We picked the car up ...
... there was nothing I could do but face plant into the sand. At least it was soft. I am still laughing about it now, I cannot believe that I fell.
Thank goodness for the small shelter that was on the beach. The storm that came through was unbelievable. The winds and the rain were comparable to a hurricane. During the worst part of the storm a tiny woman runner came to the shelter. I have no idea how she was not blown away by the winds. She weighed no more than 80 ...
... was the Dublin Castle, which used to be a legit castle until it burned down - and is now just more of a large government building. Under British rule, it was the seat of British authority, and was not exactly the most beloved building. Adorning the main gate was Lady Liberty - but a very different kind of Liberty. She wasn't blind, and while she was holding scales, she was also holding a sword and clearly favoring it. Pretty clear implication there. ...