Maldron Hotel Citywest
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the picturesque view slightly but I guess that’s the price of technology.
I’ve already met a few interesting people. At the airport I met a young American woman who works in Dublin. She recommended a shuttle service that would be faster than the bus to get me to the train station. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find it when leaving the airport but the bus got me there just fine. I also met a young woman from Melbourne, Australia who came to London on a ...
... is 6% of Ireland’s GDP (that sure gives a rise to their economy). Their economy has never completely recovered from the 08 recession (sounds familiar). Their medical system is now suffering because of it. They don’t have enough doctors (we would like to import the one I had). Since there was a window tax in the old days, a lot of buildings have walled up windows or small ...
We had a couple of days eating a leisurely breakfast and slowly seeing some tourist attractions. On Monday we finally sat for an Irish Breakfast, actually it was the "mini" but it had all the components: beans, sausage, ham, tomatoes, mushrooms, black pudding, white pudding, and orange juice. The servings were all pretty small, but we were still very full and ready for the walk over to the Guinness factory. We took a longer walk down, stepping off to see ...
We finally decided to use our rental car (an extravagant waste since most of Ireland is accessible by public transportation). The 90 minute drive took us to the farthest outlet into the St. George's Channel (the body of water separating Ireland from England). The cliffs of Mohr would've been much more exciting but the 4 hour drive would've been diminutive. We only had 3 days. The drive provided me the time to acclimate to left ...
... first we all were thinking of watching a film but we soon all had passed out. I'm currently running on about 3 hours sleep...yay! When we got to dublin, my battery had run out on my phone and I totally got lost trying to find my hostel. Whoops. BUT, on the way there, you'll never guess what I saw...TIM HORTONS! I actually shed a tear haha. I walked into the convenience store, so excited and confused, but when I asked for tims the people at ...