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... its pretty darn old. I also read that this Cathedral gets over 300,000 visitors a year. So that something. Legend has it that Saint Patrick's Cathedral was the origin of the expression "chancing your arm" (meaning to take a risk), when Gerald Mor FitzGerald, 8th Earl of Kildare, cut a hole in a door there, still to be seen, and thrust his arm through it, in an effort to call a truce in the Butler - Fitzgerald ...
... only my hand pushing the small of her back, she manages. And at the top, she turns, looks at me and says with a smile, “thank you, I needed that little extra help”. I keep telling her she takes a half a blood pressure pill everyday to cope with me. Gotta just love her constitution. And that my dear ladies and gentlemen is a summary of our day in Ireland. Today was a beautiful partly cloudy day and it was 61 degrees for a high. Sweater weather. ...
... and the underlying road map but no voice nav since we had no phone data. A nice 3/4 mile cliffside walk led me to the geocache and I did my happy dance at finding this prize. Then it was time to return to Dublin airport to meet the rest of the crew coming in from London. That went smoothly enough and soon we were on our way to the night's lodging in Johnstown Hotel Lodge and Spa. A good piece of steak and a pint of the local pale ale put a nice cap on the ...
... to see peat (which they call turf) bogs. Until fairly recently, peat was harvested by hand in a back-breaking manner using an L-shaped scythe/spade. Now it can be dug up by machine, but it still takes a couple of weeks to dry. After being cut in bricks, it is stacked to dry, and then used in the homes as the main source of heat. Fenton had a peat fire going in the cottage, and it was toasty warm. I can see how it could have heated an entire house, and luckily ...
... steel cannonballs flying around Dublin (although we saw just about everything else in the Temple Bar area), so we knew we'd have to save bowling for the next time around.
DH's to-do list was more focused on trying to track down a miracle cure to her growing list of physical ailments. Given that it's common knowledge that if captured by a human, the leprechaun has the magical power to grant three wishes in exchange for their freedom, DH ...
Other places to stay in Dublin
Northside, Dublin | 3 star hotelfrom $101
- Perfect -- simple, clean, affordable. Great location
- Great Hotel
- Very good. location perfect
Northside, Dublin | 3 star hotelfrom $116
- A good choice for it's price range
- Previous Harsh Reviews not quite true
Trinity College, Dublin | 4 star hotelfrom $162
- Fantastic hotel
- Great weekend!!
- Fantastic value
Ballsbridge, Dublin | 3 star hotelfrom $89
- One price is great, even during concerts!
- Excellent Hotel-Great Value
- Nice Hotel in a Quiet Neighborhood
Rotunda, Dublin | 3 star hotelfrom $97
- Would stay there again!
- It's only OK
Ballsbridge, Dublin | 4 star hotelfrom $118
- Nice overall
- Loved the Burlington
- Top class hotel for great prices
Pembroke West, Dublin | 3 star hotelfrom $114
- Good value for money
- Good for the price, short on charm
- Good service but really needs a refurb
Northside, Dublin | 4 star hotelfrom $145
- GOOD HOTEL
- Don't even consider it....
- Gresham Hotel
Exit 1A Naas Road, Dublin | 3 star hotelfrom $68
North Inner City, Dublin | 4 star hotelfrom $130
- Nice Stay
- Thumbs Up.
South-East Inner City, Dublin | 5 star hotelfrom $277
- Nice touches at the Wesbury
- Very friendly staff
- Overpriced and Overrated
North Inner City, Dublin | 4 star hotelfrom $77
- Great rooms, cold reception
- Great 'new' hotel
- Not impressed.
Trinity College, Dublin | 3 star hotelfrom $129
- Great value hotel
- OK- but nothing special
- Great weekend spot
Dublin Airport, Dublin | 4 star hotelfrom $127
- Great airport hotel
- Good Airport Hotel
Naas Road, Dublin | 3 star hotelfrom $65
- Not what was expected
- Great refurb
- Awful hotel
Liberties, Dublin | 4 star hotelfrom $118
- Location and room ok, but service rather poor
- Happy With the Ashling
- Not the Best West
Liberties, Dublin | 4 star hotelfrom $196
Northwood Park, Dublin 9, Dublin | 4 star hotelfrom $105
- Spot-on, well-above average Airport Hotel
- Top Class Airport Hotel
- Good hotel but......
Pembroke East, Dublin | 5 star hotelfrom $248
- Excellent, world-class service
- Almost perfect
- Corporate ambiance and spotty service
Artane - Whitehall, Dublin | 3 star hotelfrom $80
- Pleasantly Supprised
- Great choice
- Stay Away
Dublin Airport, Dublin | 4 star hotelfrom $105
- Poor reviews unjustified
- Definitely not a Four Star accomodation
Mansion House, Dublin | 5 star hotelfrom $273
- Superior Shelbourne
- Fabulous Shelbourne
- Excellence in Dublin
Siming District, Dublin | 3 star hotelfrom $74
North Inner City, Dublin | 4 star hotelfrom $92
- A home away from home in Dublin!
- Excellent hotel
- Very nice room