Celtic Lodge Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
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... degree angle. Luckily this is easy because the harp on the glass indicates where to touch the nozzle. Them you fill up the glass until the beer is hitting the harp; at this point,, you hold the glass upright and fill it to the top. The, you let the beer sit for 2 minutes, and then fill the rest of the glass up! We received certificates for pouring the "Perfect Guiness," and then enjoyed our drinks at the top of the factory, where you can view the skyline of Dublin. ...
... I laughed at every single one. The highlight for Finn was when passing the Hospital Finn was born in Anto declared that all the handsome babbies (not a typo, Irish speak) were born there. Caleb loved that we got to wear Viking hats and roar at all the Celts/People on the street, if someone was walking along drinking coffee we were instructed to roar in an effort to make them spill their coffee. Caleb enjoyed it so much he instigated a couple ...
... a Donner wrap at Zaytoon's, a Persian fast food place, then back to the hotel. A Donner is similar to the swarmas(sp?) we had when we lived in Saudi Arabia. Basically a wrap.
A bath and my travel mate was in bed by 7PM. Hopefully staying awake for the day will help us with the time adjustment. Later.
Walking back through Dublin Castle, we returned to the stop for the bus and took it to to the Guinness Storehouse. I purchased the Dublin Pass online a few months ago and we used it for the first time at Guinness. The Fast Pass line had no one in it so we did not have to wait. However, the other lines only had a few people in each one, so it did not make a huge time difference this time. We went up for lunch ...
... and they look like overgrown toadstools! They taste marvellous, especially with jam and cream! Did I say that?! We then made our way to the Cathedral, which was lovely inside. A cross between old and new, which worked well. We carried on towards Dublin, encountering the most traffic that we had seen for a fortnight, and pulled into the Camac campsite. The chap on reception was amazing. I think he had ...