Travelodge Phoenix Park
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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Day #2 in Dublin ....
A little rain this morning but that can't dampen our experience! We started out the day meeting our local tour guide Jerry and taking a bus tour around Dublin city. We saw the Guinness Brewery, Phoenix Park and St. Patrick's Cathedral. We were dropped for a tour of Trinity College Library and the Book of Kell''s. What …
Today was full of little moments that don't fit together at all but all are wonderful so this blog is going to be like an M&S blog of Dapper Dublin Moments. What the heck. I finally chose and got my costume! And I put my music onto CD for EJc. Photos coming one day. My bag now has a zip! When I was walking to Grafton Street, I saw two guys (who clearly knew ...
... coffee and baileys which tasted exactly like the alcohol! The gin was a new flavour and the owner was saying that they put a bit to much gin in it so when he had a bowl of it he felt like he couldn't drive home. I had baileys and chocolate which was the perfect mix. After the ice cream shop we found an outlet mall so we went in and found a Nike outlet shop that was having a sale. Shaun got some compression gear and shorts, I got ...
... stunning Gothic style basilicas with gardens surrounding.
Friday I made it to the Georgian Quarter of Dublin. Blocks and blocks of Georgian row houses with the most colorful doors- giving the area its fame. We also spent some time in St. Steven's Green, and just about every other little nook we found in the city. With the morning spent wandering, the afternoon was filled with free museums and-on a whim- a tour of ...
... goes there almost everyday to do this. After the park we decided to find a nice pub to have a bit of food before we continued the day. I ordered the seafood chowder because of course Ireland is known for it's seafood, more specifically their cod fish. After we ate some delicious food we went to the national wax museum. Because I had been to Madame Tussaud's in London, this museum was slightly mediocre but still good fun. It had figures such as; Michael ...