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This hotel is located beside a closed down pub and you buzz in to get access to the hotel. This was a bit weird, but it was lovely on the inside. My room was newly renovated. It was clean and nice. The staff were lovely. They showed me where to go for breakfast in the pub in the morning and down to the beer garden at night. The is lots of noise from the beer garden, but as long as you know that before you go it's not that bad.
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Today I embarked upon my Garth Brooks sans Garth Brooks. I laugh now, but it was no laughing matter two weeks. Anyway Dublin seemed determined to still have some kind of Garth Brooks presence, his music was played everywhere I went in the town!
My hotel was on Parnell St, off O'Connell street, right in the centre of town. I walked …
... Tom and I went on the shuttle to town. We went and walked through O’Connell square and past the spire. We stopped in a bakery and I got the absolute best scone I’ve ever had in my life. I got a coffee that leaked from the lid just like EVERY SINGLE COFFEE I’VE GOTTEN IN EUROPE SO FAR. I just don’t understand. I stopped in and got new body lotion that smells like angels and fresh citrus and sunsets.
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... was held the night I was at the sleepover.
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