Ashbourne House Hotel
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Great tasty food, lots of Beer on tap. Great value for money.
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Day 7 January 12th was our last day in Ireland. :( even though this week went by pretty fast I wouldn't change anything. It was one of the best experiences of my life and I can't wait to continue it in London. This morning we listened to a lecture about "dry needling". Out of this whole week, this was one of my favorite lectures. It's a lot similar to that of acupuncture and trigger point release. To me trigger point ...
... We then left for Monisterboise. It was a very old cemetery and an old Viking outpost tower. The cemetery was home to many high Celtic crosses and the largest Celtic cross in Ireland. Once we got back to the hostel we changed into dry clothes and headed out to the Belvadere Irish Nights Dinner Dance Show. The dinner was world class accompanied by the best cheesecake in the world. The show started with and Irish music band that played many ...
... day we took a two hour walking tour of the city this was a good thing, because I was ready to take a nap after lunch. That would've messed my sleep schedule up though. The tour was informational and taught me a lot. So far I am having an awesome time. I'm excited to spend the first day in the ...
... off at the Red Cow LUAS station only 1 stop away from our hotel. But since we bought the Leap Cards, we decide to take the AirLink instead. This works ok, but I was not sure where to get off to get the LUAS so we miss the first stop which later we find out would have been ideal since it is at the end of the line and we would have been able to find a good place to get on the tram with our bags. But we manage to find a stop that ...
... druggies) in some kind of turmoil (they were Irish and slurring, there was no way I was going to understand them). We then checked out the Dublin City Gallery Hugh Lane. It's bigger than it looks, some cool works plus Francis Bacon's studio was moved and reconstructed there, there were also a number of his works there.
It poured the next day, which was a good excuse to have another lie in and more housekeeping, paperwork etc. We walked into ...