Maldron Hotel Citywest
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Dublin was a very fun city to explore, although we were staying quite a ways outside of the city center, there was a train station not too far from the hotel so we were able to walk over and hop on for only a couple pounds. We were able to go and do the tour at the Old Jameson distillery and at the Guinness storehouse which are both very worthwhile …
... is that we usually meet such nice people. This morning we discovered that only three of the five rooms were rented last night. Our breakfast at 8:00 revealed a single lady from Seattle and an East Coast couple who are about the same age we are. The lady from Seattle is a freelance travel writer and will drive around Ireland, clockwise, for the next two weeks before attending a travel conference. The couple ...
... of each of the brewing steps, and a glass case of how hops are grown. We had lunch there on the 5th floor. By then it was 4pm so we took the bus back to the hotel to answer emails etc before we try another pub tonight. As we are leaving tomorrow, perhaps just 1 pub tonight.
In our search for music did not yield the same results as Monday night - not as many people, not as much music. Still we gave it our ...
... a book today. I wanted a particular book, or a couple different books and I went into second hand shops to see if they had it, and charity shops and cheap book stores. An hour later and I was actually so desperate for this book that I legitimately walked into a WATERSTONES and got a book. Not even second hand. A brand new book.
I was walking and heard some music on Grafton Street that was just beautiful.
I stopped and listened and ...
Today was an exciting and busy day. We went to Croke Park stadium in Dublin to watch the Senior Semi-Final hurling match between Tipperary and Cork. However, we arrived earlier to take a tour of Croke Park, a massive stadium, the third largest in Europe after the stadiums in Barcelona and London. The stadium is home to amateur Gaelic football, otherwise known as hurling. It seats 72,500 people and is truly impressive. The field itself is 142 yards long ...