Hamlet Court Hotel
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Ah, blessed sleep in a comfy bed. The first night went great -- seven hours and waking at 6 am by daylight leaking around curtains. Toodling down to breakfast, we found a Full Irish awaited us (bacon, sausage, eggs, fried tomatoes, black and white pudding, toast and some sweet rolls). I turned my nose up at the black and white puddings but the rest hit the spot. Fortified for the morning and then some, we went ...
Dublin Castle was the first stop this morning, only to find it didn't open until 10:00. So I found a nice lightweight jacket with an Ireland emblem to keep me warm and dry during the frequent drizzles. The temp varies quickly, but is predominantly breezy at 61, a far cry from our heat wave for most of the trip. We spent considerable time in the Chester Beatty Library, where some really neat old books and ...
... Gardens (where the city gets its name from), Old Parliament House, St Patricks Cathedral, Christ’s Church Cathedral, Temple Bar, the Molly Malone Memorial, as well as The Garda (Police) Memorial. The tour was excellent and we were glad to have done it as it gave us a chance to hear stories of the history of this very vibrant and busy city and do not hesitate in recommending the tour to anyone visiting Dublin.
After the tour we returned to Dubh Linn Gardens ...
... to me and said "its like a super, organic, young and hip supermarket. its kinda like Whole Foods kinda", but she had no idea what Whole Foods, so I lost her, ha wow. he made so many US references and I got em all :-) felt like I was home again, and I was watching the actor who played Ryan on the office! you don't understand, The Office started when I was 14, and it ran for 9 years, and I watched it religiously with my family, it becamea fun, nice family tradition, and ...
Today was the day poor Will hit the dreaded 30 milestone. He took it quite well, minimal dwelling on the negatives of getting old in the morning and we were able to get on with the day! ;-) We spent the morning Skyping with his Mum, sisters and the kids, and opening Will's presents and cards. Fiona had sneakily sent some cards from friends and family at home so Will was surprised with a big bunch of about 25 cards.
We went ...