Hotel St. George
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
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... would be the case as well. I think the reason for their success is that they're free - the guides work on a tips-only basis. If you pay for a tour, the guide already has that money regardless of whether they do a good job or not. With the Sandeman's guides, the only payment they get is whatever you tip them at the end of the tour, so they're quite motivated to do a good job!
My guide for today was Lisa, a local Dubliner who has been doing tours here in Dublin for ...
... exactly what it referred to. Not to be outdone, the ODWs decided to fire one back. I'll point out now; in a limerick, the first, second and fifth lines are longer and rhyme together, while the third and fourth lines are short and rhyme their own way together. Somebody forgot to tell the ODWs! No wait, actually the bus driver did give us a rundown of that at the start, and all the limericks that had been read out by then followed this pretty important rule, so it ...
... brewery, they have an entire building dedicated to the tourists that come to visit the home of the black stuff (sometimes as many as 5,000 people a day come through). This was one of the more elaborate beer tours that both Bree and I have ever been on and it truly gave a lot of insight into Irish history as well since for a long time Guinness was a major driving force behind the economy of Ireland as a whole. They even run you ...
... By "relaxing", I mean beginning to realize the difficulty, and beginning to stress about, finding jobs. Searching the webz like crazy. Think it'll be a bit tougher than we thought, in Galway. But we will make it happen! If not in Galway, somewhere, anywhere. Anywhere will be an adventure. Note to self - don't step on Lynn's shoes. She's not a fan. Kind of hates it. If I do it again, I fear she'll make me clean them with a toothbrush...and my own ...
... perfect for us, actually it was quite the opposite, it was raining most of the day and windy as all get out, but we still went up to the cliff and were able to see the amazing size and walk along the edge. I wasn't able to get many shots on my camera as it was raining so badly, but it was lots of fun! Our bus driver was awesome, he was a very short man, and he was either talking or singing the whole way to and from the cliffs (about 2 hours each way). I walked 40.5km while here in ...