Cashel Palace Hotel
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Charming 18th century hotel. Wonderful staff, outstanding cuisine and right in the center of town. Highly recommend.
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When I woke up this morning I was feeling the results from my pre-birthday celebration from the night before at the bar with my new friends (that I would never see again) and wish I could get some more sleep. But we were anxious to head out of Dublin and start our road trip through the countryside of Ireland.
We checked out of our hotel, …
... was the way I was made. I promise him to come back in Summer.
I am so glad I met him. He even tells me I need air in my tyres-one looks a bit flat. I have to drive 15mins to find a garage that can check it. Mick tells me how to get there. He reckons he is an Irish leprechaun but I think he is my Irish angel. I find the mechanic, Dave, and he looks at my car. He is another good looking bloke and very helpful. He only charges me 5 euro! I am finally ready to take ...
... game? People are drinking Irish coffees. Trying to figure out where I want to travel/where I want to go alone, etc. Z is obnoxious. People are weird about vegetarianism. Etc. apparently we're at TP Smith's. Cool. Realized I'm not very good at being interested or kind, mostly because I'm insecure. Not a Laurel. Starting to realize I don't ...
... the tiny aisles to try to sell it face to face! We arrived in Dublin 20 minutes early so I guess I am one of the supporters of Ryanair. It was cheap and they do have a reputation of always being on time. Of course, when I arrived in Dublin, it had to be raining really hard! I got soaked on my way to the hotel shuttle but I am glad I just found the shuttle in that weather. At my hotel, I lived like a king for one last night. ...
... of moisture on the reeds. Pipers can then talk or sing while playing. It’s as amazing to watch as to listen to. Other members of the group played fiddles, the Irish drum (bodhrán), piccolo and flute. The music demanded clapping and foot stomping and, of course, Guinness.
On the recommendation of Denny Jackson, our friend and official representative of Irish culture back in Kauai, we signed up for the Rebel ...