Clyde Court Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClyde Court Hotel Dublin
The rooms are good, staff are lovely but drinks are expensive, Internet is outrageously expensive and you have to pay for parking. I can't understand that McDonalds can give free wifi but a supposed 4 star hotel can't supply the same service.
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An overnight flight got us to Dublin at about 10 am Sunday morning. My first impression of the airport was that it looked a little shabby. Hopefully, this was not a foreshadow into the rest of the country. Although my enthusiasm for this trip was high, I still had reservations. Pictures on the internet did not make the neighborhoods of inner city …
Up early, had breakfast, packed the car and left the hotel to explore Holyhead before we were to board the ferry. Holyhead is a nice village, with Roman ruins. Apart from this, it is a small Welsh village.
We arrived at the Ferry Terminal, parked the car in the Hertz rental car return and inquired about our trip at 11:50 ferry. Apparently …
... looped twice around the foreyard. Although, it would be a good procrastination excuse. After we'd finished there, we crossed the road and found the National Gallery. It cost us nothing to get in, and I was so keen to see Daniel's reaction to art (considering his last attempt to withstand it in Frankfurt), that I decided that I wanted to see it. His reaction was pretty awesome. He pretty much wanted to spend his time writing awful reviews on their feedback forms, or ...
... report. It wouldn't bring my laptop back but it would make claiming insurance a heck of a lot easier. I managed to keep my mind in focus mode for half an hour. Enough time to deal with the formalities, thank Paul, send a calm and reasonably collected message to my parents and sit down. And that was it. Colm hunting was off tonight. I didn't have the mental energy to go anywhere. I sat and read my book, but I'm not sure how much of it I actually read ...
... and must have taken ages to complete. We carried on through the Old Library, which has other magnificent illuminated manuscripts on display, down the centre of this long room. Vast numbers of books adorn the walls with many flags displayed as pennants. The arched wooden ceiling is amazing. We came out to a beautiful sunny day and continued, on foot, via the magnificent Bank of Ireland building, to the district of Temple Bar. This arts and entertainments ...