Dunboyne Castle Hotel And Spa
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... service was relocated to Dún Laoghaire. George IV visited the harbour in 1821.
In June 1914, 900 rifles were landed at Howth by Robert Erskine Childers for the Irish Volunteers. Many were used against the British in the Easter Rising and in the subsequent Anglo-Irish War.
... in a river we drove past - it's only about 21 degrees but apparently the Irish think that's boiling. I can't imagine how cold the water would be! Matt and I have been going around in shorts and a jumper and feeling fine and are bewildered at the amount of guys with their shirts off. Another mission of mine is to find a GOOD coffee in Ireland - haven't had one yet! They're either too hot or just taste like ****. No wonder people seem to be so angry ...
... the sleep on the plane. We woke up at 6:00 PM and felt human again. We then got ready to go back into Dublin on the LUAS and explore the Temple Bar and Grafton Street areas. Both of these areas are kind of like Fremont street in Vegas without the neon. We had dinner at a nice little bistro near Grafton street. At the next table was a "Hen" party. These are like our bachelorette parties in the states where a bunch of women go out to celebrate one of the ladies being married. ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
Wonderful hotel, very quiet and secluded, sumptuous decor, delicious breakfast buffet! Wished I could have stayed longer.
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