Maldron Hotel Citywest
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- 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 …
... what is there without light? An emptiness that eats away at your very soul, destroying you limb by limb from the inside out until all that remains is a shadow, a reflection, a silhouette of that person we could and should have been. No one chooses to live in the shade of their own existence. Yet still not all is illuminated, not all is bright, not all is as radiant as the northern lights.
Apathy creeps in, not so much that you'd notice, there is ...
Early start today as I have a 8.15 flight with Aer Lingus. And the name of their inflight magazine is Cara. Good flight but took nearly an hour to get through Dublin customs and then to find that there was no pick up waiting for me. Mix up with the booking at this end so got a taxi. The taxi driver informed me that he had joined the IRA when he was young and had spent some years in prison. But when I told him where I ...
After an early breakfast we headed down the street and grabbed our "Hop on-hop off" bus tickets and headed off. A lovely fine day to take in the sights of Dublin from the top deck of the bus. The buildings around Dublin are amazing - the architecture is stunning and a number of the old areas have been restored. Our first stop was at the Dublin castle (which was not open as we were too early) and the temple bar area. Walked through this area, the cobblestone streets and lane ...
... because of the strike. They have a plethora of artifacts all in chronological order from the Neolithic age up to Medieval Ireland. Elizabeth is in heaven! Although our feet are starting to tire, and the boys have already lost their steam. They sit on the chairs around the exhibits. We don't spend nearly enough time in the museum, at the back of Elizabeth's mind is the long drive home. Gold was very important to status in Ancient Ireland and the wealth ...