Ashbourne House Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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Great tasty food, lots of Beer on tap. Great value for money.
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Today started out good by going to Tara hills. This was such a unique place because of all the grassland and the fact that it was older than the pyramids of Egypt. After that we went to the castle that brave heart was filmed at. It was absolutely amazing to see. We learned so much about medieval times that it was wonderful. The tour guide was hilarious. Next stop we went to a stop where we had to climbs massive hills and see ...
... unplanned and unexpected we entered the Library and saw a very interesting exhibition on WB Yeates, the poet. I learned a lot about him, his writing, and the 1916 Easter Revolt. We then went to the National Museum of Ireland. We saw many beautiful things such as jewelry created in BC, which was very interesting. Then we had lunch at one of the top ten café’s in Dublin. I had mushroom and leak soup, and flat bread with ...
... I'll come back and be back to work Sunday.
Dublin's great but I'm really looking forward to getting out of the city and seeing some of the Irish countryside on the way there. Belfast should be fun, I'm sure I'll have a lot to say about it on this blog when I get back. For this post though I'm just happy to report I'm working again and can stay here longer and still ...
... without rain. I zipped up the cases and weighed them. Both were just under 20kg, so we felt pretty pleased with our packing. The bus arrived on time. There were 4 passengers in all. However we had to pass the 3 bus shelters that were dedicated pick up points - one in Ringwood, one in Box Hill and the last at the old Panch hospital which is now a series of hotels. No one else got on the bus. Traffic was heavy along Bell Street and ...
... thinkers and revolutionaries who gave their lives for us to be free of British rule in the American Revolution. I think it, along with a shared gift of gab, is what makes us feel a kinship with the Irish people. We like to socialize, we like to laugh, and we have a streak of rebellion in us.
After the tour we headed over to the Old Jameson Distillery, which is on the north side of the Liffey river. The building itself housed the original distillery, but is ...