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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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 …
... a couple of things to my colleagues, some of which unfortunately were over in the UK for a Power down.
This was already my second leaving pints event so I had nearly everyone covered.
As a location for the festivities I chose one of my favourite pubs in Dublin. Cassidys is different, as it is decorated with Everything 80s, comic and Punk related.
The music and the beer are great. This time we were not going to get to enjoy the ...
... we decided to have smoked salmon and scrambled egg for our penultimate Irish breakfast.
We had plenty of time, but chose to drive directly to Sutton. We got a bit lost then ran into major roadworks - were queued with very small forward movement for about 30 minutes, only to find that the centre of the hold ups was where our hotel was and we had missed the entrance, so it ...
... Within a few hours of being here, some people broke the lift by having a party in it (max occupancy is 5 ...there were 15 drunk people in there partying). We also discovered that despite having a brand new shower in our room, it only put out scalding hot water. Not something you could brave through, either. Because the hostel was at full capacity, ...
... say it was not a pleasant experience but certainly informative. We passed the Europa hotel .. Most bombed hotel in Ireland. Stopped at Shankill Road where many Protestant supporters live ... Bleak, dirty, miserable houses with union jacks flying red white and blue paint on the gutters. Not somewhere I'd walk by myself!!! Next we visited an area with a lot of murals near Shankill Road ....Protestant militant murals some depicting "Heros". We walked around this ...