Crowne Plaza Dublin - Blanchardstown
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... but the queue was 2 hours long. So we moved on to the Ha'penny Bridge. This was once the only way across the River Liffey (river of life) and cost a Ha'penny. We walked across the bridge (no charge now) and through Temple Bar and onto to St Stephen's Green. Today was another beautiful day and the park was full. In some places hard to walk through because of all the people. Anyone would think these people hadn't seen the sun for months! Next stop the ...
... probably made her crazy because on top of that there was an issue with the check. After breakfast we checked out St. Patrick's Cathedral. It was so unbelievably pretty and it was shaped like a cross! We shopped around after that and had lunch at a sketchy Thai place before we got on the bus to go back to Cork.
Saying bye to Taylor and Dom was sad but i will see them again over my spring break in Florence :) .. thats all!
... and then had a bit of an adventure getting back to where we could hop on or off a bus. We passed a couple spots , but we were trying to get back to our hostel. We ended up walking all the way to a Luas station but when we got there we discovered it was the stop our hostel was at. After dropping off some stuff, we went to take a tour. ...
After the tears were over, we arrived in Dublin and went shopping for a trip mascot. Dominic squeaked his way into our hearts as the least tacky object in the souvenir shop. Who could say no to a duck covered in shamrocks wearing a leprechaun hat? To say one last toodleoo to home and to settle our nerves we had a wee Guinness- even in Dublin Airport it's good!
Day 3: Today we planned to hire a car and head out to the Wicklow Mountains, unfortunately the car hire place Shelton had googled that was only 800m up the road did not exist, nor did the second place we walked 3km away. After a bit of too-ing and fro-ing and two hours of walking in jandels with blisters and very sore legs we arrived at the Guinness factory. We had to have a wee sit down to rest our weary legs before the tour. ...