Glenroyal Hotel And Leisure Club
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During my first visit to Dublin (9/16/14), I went to a restaurant called Gallaghers Boxty House in the Temple Bar district. Boxty is a traditional Irish cuisine that is made of granulated potatoes and has the consistency of pancake batter. We tried multiple foods made from boxty: pancakes, dumplings, sauces, and even bread! I forgot that we were in Ireland at one point and got very excited when ...
... and welcoming. I had a very warm sensation during my first experience eating at a pub in Ireland… or maybe that was just the Guinness doing its job.
At night, I felt overwhelmed and second-guessed my decision to come here after I took an ice cold shower (later to learn that our apartment’s hot water was not working!). I knew that my experience would get better as I got used to ...
... irish breakfast, cereal, coffee, and Guinness. Back across the city we went to enjoy a tour at the Guinness storehouse. The tour was incredible. Tons of great information on the Guiness family and the history of the iconic brew. Several of us received information on how to properly taste a guinness, and then became certified to pour the Perfect Pint. So if you ever are in need, you know who to contact!
We didn't spend long there as everyone ...
... ve ever tasted (which, fittingly, used "Foley's" tomatoes... one of the oldest tomato-growing businesses in Ireland), sipped glasses of a sommelier-recommended wine, and finished up with delicious bowls of hearty soup and pasta. Our stomachs full, we headed back to the streets (dodging, yet again, more raindrops) for some bar-hopping. When found our initial bar choices to be completely packed, we stumbled upon a ...
... wished for sleep so I could continue my journey in the morning not like a zombie. (did I mention this is also a cheap way for people to travel?)
I may have slept a little bit and then I heard the crew come in. They were not rude at all, and didn't turn on any lights, or make any noise, they just climbed into their bunks.
One of the reasons I didn't want to stay in a room with a lot of people was ...