Ashbourne Court Hotel
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... people) than it was to add two bags possibly overweight, so I did this. Nice flight to Dublin, though not sure why but british airways seem to find an awful lot of unseen corners to take in the air and change altitude with alarming regularity. Sitting in front row so we get off first are first to customs through in seconds, and first to luggage carousel, all sounds great so far! One suitcase arrives, little one with mostly gifts and stuff, second one arrives, ...
... put my finger on it, but just felt like I should not go. Not excited at all, but cannot say I have been very excited in previous years. I purchased the ticket rather quickly this year and will not purchase so early again. That is if there is an again. If there is an again it will no longer be for months on end as has been the case. I will be going back to 3 to 4 week trips to Europe if possible. Will have to see how this tour thing works out. I ...
... It’s almost as if you are granted access to the secret pattern of the people around you. Places to walk open up and people move out of the way for you.
I don’t know what bar was next but it was packed as well. More shots and beers and then off to the next bar. This went on for hours. Kiah and I bar hopped all day long, each new bar resulting in a new family of drunks. To surprise there was not a single drink that was dyed green. That seemed to ...
... Professional Rugby Club. In the cold room, we had three lectures. The first explained the weekly schedule of a rugby physio and their duties. The next was from the strength and conditioning coach talking about the types of work the players do in and out of season and certain goals. The last one was very interesting and showed us the most common types and mechanism of injuries. That night we stayed in and packed and ate at the ...
... with amazing architecture and a current display of children books of mythology. Barrel-vaulted ceiling and gallery bookcases reaching to the ceiling on all sides. Beautiful collection of marble busts of folk such as Jonathan Swift lined both sides, dating from 1743. Also the oldest harp in Ireland, dating from the fifteenth century. The whole library has nearly 3 million books.
Walked up to O'Connell Street, looked at The Spire of Dublin, an enormous needle ...