Herbert Park Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
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... about this cultural that I am figuring out. Like the look on the man's face when I asked if I could rent my marketing textbook instead of buying it (apparently thats not a thing here) or how all of the food places on campus close at 5:30 or how everyone goes out the most Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. I continue to learn something new everyday and take it how it is and may think its strange for a second, but then I think how strange it ...
... was starving and picked them out! GROSS!!!!
It is pouring down rain here in Dublin. We got to the hotel about 10am, stashed our bags since we couldn't check in, and walked around the area for a bit.. We saw the statue of Molly Malone, made famous by the song "Cockles and Mussels" that our group sings. We tried to get in Bewley's twice to eat; full with a line both times. We ended up at Burger Doodle, just b/c we were ...
... and a diverse selection of inflight entertainment. I slept...Ryan didn't. We landed in Dublin and proceeded to Budget to rent our car. Ryan was a little nervous driving a manual with the steering wheel on the opposite side of the car driving on the opposite side of the road in multiple traffic circles. We ended up at a toll booth where I had to get out of the car and knock on the attendant's window for help as we didn't have the exact change ...
... the mid-1980s by the Office of Public Works (OPW), an Irish government agency. Kilmainham Gaol played an important part in Irish history, as many leaders of Irish rebellions were imprisoned and some executed in the prison by the British and in 1923 by the Irish Free State.
Took HopOnHopOff bus back to downtown Dublin for dinner and back to B&B.
... s Phoenix Park and fed swans while the sun was still out. Next we went to the University in Dublin (seriously considering transferring). Again, that night we went to see some live music at a local pub and had the worlds best hot wings.
To finish off our trip we took one last look around the city and stopped to get an Irish breakfast...of course I ordered the eggs and bacon. Then it was back to good ol Italy.