Castleknock Hotel & Country Club
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... got another and were a little drunk. During the day I had been taking pictures on my phone and so had kept it in my back pocket, unfortunately I forgot this when I went to the toilet.. Yup I dropped my phone in the toilet and it is completely stuffed :( I wasn't going to let this ruin my mood as I had my iPad so could still call Adrian. Ended up doing a pub crawl through the city and it was all over a really good ...
... for a 10 minute walk back to the hotel. At 5.45 we left for dinner and a show at Taylor's Three Rock Pub in the foothills of the Dublin Hills. We had 3 courses - soup, chicken, and cheesecake followed by Irish coffee. The show went for nearly 2 hours and included singing, dancing, various musical instruments and a very funny comedy routine to finish off. Very enjoyable. We had to pack on our return as bags out at 7.00 tomorrow morning before we head south at ...
... and is then rotated. The images and decorations are so ornate, the book was absolutely beautiful.
I also was able to see the Long Room at Trinity College. This library holds original and first edition manuscripts of hundreds of books, music scores, and newspaper articles. The room is covered in a dark wood and stacked with floor to ceiling shelves.
I also made into Christ Church and Saint Patrick's Cathedral. ...
... London on a work visa. No typical surfer looking Aussie. But did enjoy to surf. He recommended I go to Melbourne because there was nothing like partying in Melbourne. So we got to talking and decided to go explore the city a bit. We trotted around Grafton street (used to be the wealthiest street in Dublin) and watched some of the street performers, walked around St. Stephen's Green which was quite beautiful. There was an old man feeding the swans and the pigeons ...
... have come to appreciate on this trio has been how genuine Aussies are by comparison with other countries. So we all made friends, there were several people from Melbourne, one from Dubbo and one from Sydney. We went to 5 types of pubs in the temple bar area. The first was called The Workman which was chic styled. The next was a proper Irish pub with folk music, then a grunge, rock and roll, homemade 300 types of beer and one cocktail bar. It was an interesting ...