Celtic Lodge Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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The actual travelling part of a holiday can be a *****. We flew in cattle class comfort in our space age A380 with all the comfort possible. But its still a tube jammed full of people who generally dont want to be there ! Roll on teleportation ! We spent some time in Abu Dhabi before boarding our connecting flight to Dublin, chasing or luggage …
When we got here in Dublin, Ireland, after we went through customs, picked up our suitcases and hopped into our taxi, we notice how Ireland is different to Australia. It wasn't and high as Melbourne or Sydney, it only has a population of 1.2 million people. This seaside capital was originally discovered by the Vikings in 841, ...
In our strolls around Dublin we ended up at the National Wax Museum and decided to kill some time touring through that. It wasn't very expensive- which is good because it was kind of lame but fun anyway. The pictures tell a better story but we went through the Irish history rooms, the Halls of Horror (Sandy and I), the kids hall, and the wax extravaganza hall before closing the place down at 7.
From there ...
We checked out of our B&B at 11 and walked to the train station. We then caught the train to Llandudno Junction. We transferred there to the train for Holyhead. At the ferry terminal, we got boarding passes and had to check-in our bags. We then got on a bus that drove us to the Irish Ferries ship "Ulysses", where we had to climb quite a few flights of stairs. Pretty much all the ...
... and Irish teenagers walked in groups in the streets decked out in their Ireland pride. I definitely think that they take St. Paddy's day to be a big deal, even bigger than that in Boston, as it should be. When we got there, there was no way that we were going to get a glimpse of the parade. The sides of the streets were full of people lined up as far back as possible, with no chance of seeing in sight. People climbed poles and ...