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... but decided to stay an extra week and travel around Ireland. Her flight was 20 hours which made me feel a little better about my ordeal. On the train I sat across from a young Irish student who attended a pretty major Irish soccer/football game yesterday. He said that because he was a student felt it was his duty to go and support the team. He asked me to wake him up when we got to Limerick Junction to switch trains. I tried to be nice at first but he wouldn’t wake up. ...
... Ireland has come a long way since the "Troubles" but it still has problems. Tourism has returned which helps.
I now know why car rental agencies don't want over 70 year olds driving. Sometimes I wonder how our bus passed other vehicles on the narrow roads without scraping them. Ireland has some great beers. For example, Hop House 13, Galway Hooker and others. SLAINTE (cheers and good health). ...
... Liffey and some of the churches and medieval era buildings we passed on the way. We got to the Guinness Storehous, and had a blast. The tour of the factory and history of Guinness exhibits were fun, but the highlight was the Guinness connoisseur tasting. We sampled many different kinds of Guinness, including some of the original recipes. We sampled extra stout, foreign extra stout, Dublin Porter, and Guinness Draught. We learned how to taste properly, ...
... I was a little nervous. The last time I drove Brit style was in 1991-1993. Yet Moo said it best "Dada's adaptable". It became evident that the farther we drive out of Dublin the more affluent the properties became. We slowed and marveled at the homes and sights. Once into Howth we parked the car close to the end of the land bridge bordering the bay of Dublin. We walked down back towards the main part of Howth walking in and out of ...
... of the Anglo-Irish Treaty in 1921, the building was handed over to the Parliament of the Irish Government, led by Michael Collins. Daniel O'Connell was the first elected Catholic, to be admitted to the British Parliament. He was known as the Liberator throughout the Republic of Ireland and continually fought for Irish self determination.
Oscar Wilde was born ...
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Trinity College, Dublin | 3 star hotelfrom $129
- Welcome to the big town.
- Good value.
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Dublin Airport, Dublin | 4 star hotelfrom $127
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Liberties, Dublin | 4 star hotelfrom $118
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- LUXURY LIFE
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- Poor reviews unjustified
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South-East Inner City, Dublin | 3 star hotelfrom $166
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North Inner City, Dublin | 4 star hotelfrom $92
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