Crowne Plaza Hotel Dublin-Northwood
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The place is spacious and clean. The staff are helpful and friendly. The facilities are excellent
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This morning, we had to grab a to-go lunch for later in the day and go to the atm. So we got up and went across the street to the market and grabbed a croissant to eat for breakfast on the way. We boarded our bus at 8am for the Celtic day tour and met our awesome tour guide. Column. Throughout our time on the bus and tours, he told us stories, jokes, and teaching us about sayings they have and even some Gaelic! The first stop we took was Tara ...
... we explored more of the city, checking out the Latin Quarter, the Spanish Arch, and O'Brien's Bridge.
My favorite meal of the entire trip was Saturday's Irish breakfast. It was phenomenal! Scrambled eggs with irish rashers, red beans, grilled tomatoes, potatoes and mushrooms with irish coffee hit the spot, and got us ready for our morning train ride back to Dubin. Before leaving Galway, we did get to catch an enormous rainbow that stretched the sky. Sadly, ...
... Irish decorations. Lots of references to the problems in Israel as well. It was also the place where the "Bloody" Sunday events took place that U2 sing about. The tour itself was a bit "heavy" and we came away feeling a little sad about the history and the current circumstances. We had a bit of a quiet night that night with some cheap but amazing Mexican food for dinner. The second last day of our tour was another long day on the bus. We drove from Derry to Belfast with a few ...
... of Guinness included in the price of admission. It was my first Guinness ever. Although I was able to finish the pint, it wasn't my favourite beer and doubt ...