Carnegie Court Hotel
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... put the details into the system, just when a trolley showed up with a couple of bags on it, including mine.
When going to the bus and exiting the terminal I felt the cold again for the first time since last winter. It was 4 degrees but very sunny and I just had a very thin jumper handy.
The bus showed up very soon after and I was on the way home. Shortly after I stood in front of the door (with a ...
... to pee at the mall. €0.20 On our way to check out the Guiness storehouse we found St Patricks Cathedral. Admission was €5.50. The cathedral was massive with beautiful stained glass windows. Grief with the hotel: first room the toilet doesn't flush, an alarm goes off and it's so small the bathroom door can't open all the way. Finally gave up with waiting for a handyman to fix the toilet that I asked front bench had another room available and ...
... died. It is a sombre, even chilling, place to visit, but absolutely fascinating. There is a heavy emphasis during the tour here on putting the gaol in its historic context and we left with a much deeper understanding of the often complex forces which shaped the Irish nation. There are two main wings to the Gaol, very different in character. The East Wing opened in 1864, during a period of Victorian prison reform, a soaring 3 story high ...
... my visit to Trinity is going into the Old Library. It was beautiful first if all but also to know all these incredible books it houses and to see how many are on the shelves and how old they are is awesome.
After Trinity I met back up with Johanna and headed off to meet up with two of Stephs aunts, Adrienne and Carol. We did some window shopping and checked out cool market and then grabbed a coffee. Afterwards I went with Carol and Adrienne to ...
... mission was to find Penny's (no NOT JC PENNEY) to secure the purchase of some bath towels. Turns out the apartment owner of the place we are staying is under the impression that mildew and cardboard are appropriate raw materials for towel making. We were each rationed 1 white, Hobbit sized piece of sandpaper for our week stay. We couldn't handle it so we each purchased a towel to take with us for the remainder of the trip. With our luxurious purchases ...