Station House Hotel Letterkenny
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We left our Rental in Wales and caught an Irish Ferry over from Holyhead. Had a beautiful room right in the heart of Dublin for 2 nights.
You were right Philip, he city is over rated but we did a walking tour and that was a lot of fun. Very cold though. We also spent some time in a museum that helps you access information about your ancestors for free with floors and floors of early records. Spent an hour or so trying to find out more about the Caseys ( Nana's fathers ...
... and justin bieber...)
The second day of the tour was kind of odd, as we spent an hour at the same place we had gone the day before.
My struggle began when I found out that we were actually joining a tour that had been going on for a few days already. They were already really close to each other. Anyone who knows me knows that i'm insecure on a good day, and am really not good at joining in when people seem so clique-e. ...
Lovely day with Hilary, Tara and Eve at the Glenveagh National Park and castle. Had heaps of fun exploring the interpretive centre learning about the history of the castle and surrounding parks. I caught the bus for the short ride to the castle. The ...
... the Doolin Hostel, which was a beautiful accommodation with a cafe and friendly staff just across from O'Connor's Pub in Ireland's music capital! I couldn't see how one part of Ireland could have better music than anywhere else, as there is more musical talent per capita on this wonderful island than anywhere else. But, when the one legged (irrelevant) silver haired angel got up to sing, I felt like I was transported into another world. Despite being packed with ...
... and their new acquisition, 12mth-old (and adorable) Zach made for a delightfully welcome contrast to the camping/pubbing prelude. So in Dublin we saw the major sites (blah blah blah) but I have to say, the company, generosity and warmth from this little family super cedes any monument we saw.
Overall, I understand the ease at which the Irish morph with Australian society – I felt a greater similarity of cultures than I did with the British. But a bit more ...