Finnstown Country House Hotel
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Hi from Dublin: what a day we had. We have met a cast of characters straight out of central casting and had a great adventure-one we will never,ever forget. Plot: Betsy wanted to track down the house her great grandfather Talbot lived in a hundred plus years ago. It was outside a little village called Terryklass in Tipperary County in a house they called Ashgrove House. Yesterday, the tourist info people researched the house for ...
... quite ready so had to go to cafe and have hot choice and muffin...getting fatter by the minute! Picked up lovely ring and went to Ye Old Lolly Shop to buy some lollies for our travels. Are constantly finding Irish people just so chatty and lovely, genuinely interested in where you are going etc. went to a pub for drink and listened to some music, then back on tourist bus to pick up hire car, very ...
... 90 minutes. First impressions was of a bustling city with more oil tankers off the coast waiting to load than I have ever seen. Amazing. Checked into the Wyndham Istanbul Old Town to a nice room and very obliging staff. Then off to dinner at a restaurant not far from the hotel which was exactly what we needed after a longish, although not too energetic day. Exploring day tomorrow armed with some tips from Ben Amy and ...
... are owned by corporations. Another difference is that no family pays more than €144 a month for their prescription medicines. Finally, Ireland mostly uses brand name medications and are in the beginning stages of introducing generic substitution. After meeting with Pam, we had the rest of the day free to explore Dublin!! Many of us took a historic walking tour. Our guide educated us on the history of Ireland and other tidbits of things that ...
... shopping and then a walk in Saint Stephan's Green. It was very relaxing and a nice retreat from the noise of Dublin. I will leave the photos to talk for themselves. It was getting cold and dark so headed back to the hotel and settled in for a quiet night as a big trip tomorrow to take the car back to Gweedore which is about a four hour drive