Finnstown Country House Hotel
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- Conference facilities
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Today started a bit earlier than the rest. We got up, got ready, loaded the car, scarfed down some breakfast and headed out on our last long haul. It took only about two hours to basically cross the entirety of Ireland on the motorway. No narrow streets, no winding roads. Who'd have thought I would kind of miss that?! We got to our hotel before 11 …
... tour. Sometimes the BEST things are those that are spontaneous. (a certain theatre birthday celebration comes to mind) This tour was a HOOT! There were actors and audience participation. We had a blast. And...when it was over...I got a map and directions to Bono's, Enya's and Van Morrison's houses....and...even MORE exciting...Maeve Binchy's!!! Who knew one of my favourite writers lived in Dalkey...well, until she died in 2012. After the tour we decided to pop into ...
... seen the musical on broadway of it, and have seen Glen Hansard ‘the guy’ in the film, live at Berklee college of music, and the duo at the Aganniss arena –I really love the music and the story, its all so fantastic, soo yeah I was pumped walking around Grafton, and furtherly confident riding the bus for the 2nd time. I love sitting on the upper deck of the double decker for the view of the sea, it’s all a dream. And to get a welcome home from Lexi, ...
Day 5 On January 10th we went to a GAA sports club called Na Fianna. Na Fianna is one of the largest clubs in Ireland. The chairmen of the clubs talked to us about the sports, the clubs, and the membership prices. Memberships for athletes is 150 euros for students and for adults it is 130 euros. Then, it was time to practice and put our skills to the test by playing games. We were taught handball, Gaelic football, and hurling. Handball was a blast ...
... We then headed to Trim castle. This is actually where most of the movie Braveheart was filmed. We started in a room where we felt and explored the fighting armor they used. Next we got to take a few swords and head out to the castle grounds. We explored around the whole grounds and learned about what they were for and even specific spots where they filmed specific parts of the film. It also raining by this time and our tour Guide and ...