Bracken Court Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... here! J which is grand. I met with northeastern students and students via Connect 123 from Texas, New mexico, MA and Toronto, bout 10 of us total, which is a great start for me to have kids my age to go out and do things with!, so ‘kids’, ha, I’m a kid yes 0 they noted the same on the relaxed attitude, which is a pleasant pace from the states I do admit. Walked Grafton st for the 1st time! Super exciting, since I love LOVe the movie “Once”, ...
... it stand out as a good place to watch a sporting contest, even though it doesn't hold a substantial amount of spectators. We learned how they run the facility and risk management aspects at the stadium, so it was a very good tour. It was also very neat to see pictures of Notre Dame football from when they played there in 2012. Tomorrow we ship off to the land of the Queen, London! I can't wait to explore this diverse city, but I am also saddened by having to leave the land of the ...
A free day in Dublin with so many options of things to do! What do we choose? Shopping!! Waking up bright and early to do some last minute shopping in Dublin was the game plan. Dublin has plenty of shops on Jervis that tailored to our needs. After getting all our loved ones souvenirs, we had the rest of the day to explore the city.... Or watch premier league football! United played at 4 sharp so we showed up ...
... was filmed. The most adventurous part of the day is when we visited the passage tombs of Loughcrew. The tomb was extremely, and I mean EXTREMELY high and a very long uphill walk/jog. It was filled with beautiful sites!! It also was raining and high winds of probably 50 or higher (no lie). This made it a very interested view when people kept falling up and down the hill, surprisingly not me. Our tour guide Colum, was ...
Woke up a bit late and needed to return the hire car. Another nightmare navigation through Dublin's one-way streets complicated by me trying to take us to York st. instead of Mark st. - we called upon Siri once again. Returned to the hotel and indulged in another cooked breakfast then we set off to explore. Went across the road to the museum - it was shut (apparently it is shut on Monday ...