Bewleys At Newlands Cross
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... to the public sector) as in "Ind(ustrial) Area" is "Ardal Ddiw" in Welsh; the same government-mandated dictum as English and French in all signage in Quebec; English and Gallic in Ireland ("My nephew studies Gallic throughout his schooling and if you want to be a politician in Ireland you've got to be fluent in Gallic," the shuttle driver transporting us from the airport to the car rental office, said.); and in three languages, Hebrew, English and Arabic in ...
... the interior that much as the weather was just magnificent and we got lucky with catching a bigish table in front of the door, outside on Westmoreland Street with a nice view down O'Connell Street and the Spire, which was highlighted by the setting sun. What made this evening even better was of course the company of so many of my friends. Some of them I have not seen for ages, some of them just talked to me about IP addresses a few hours earlier.
... s first try of Guinness, and despite our earlier reservations, it actually wasn't that bad - not that I'd make a habit of drinking it, it wasn't that great! Also, at the high tech place where you could write comments on an iPad then it was put on a massive public screen, Daniel actually wrote "Lick my windmill" (a reference to the windmill tattoo he has on his ****) for all to see. The reactions were funny! Another highlight was the subtle grief I decided to give ...
So got a restraining order from Colm...KIDDING! (He wouldn't know who i am if i stood infront of him)
No, i went to visit Kilmainham jail today.
It was free entry for some unknown reason but I was not complaining at all!
It was a lot better than I thought it was going to be!
But I tell you what...there are some heartbreaking stories from there. ...
... us. We were so relieved! We headed towards our hostel, taking detours through farmers markets and shops for some lunch supplies. We were staying in Dublin for 4 nights and our new, temporary home was the Apache Hostel in Temple Bar. Temple Bar is the coolest (and, as we soon found out, most expensive!) part of town. Most of the roads are cobblestoned and some are closed off to traffic, for pedestrians only. Both sides of the streets are lined with restaurants, cafés, pubs and ...