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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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basic, close to tram, close to bus, far from airport.
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... the different castles. One the way back to Dublin we stopped a chocolate factory, which was very cool. The man that opened the factory within the last year it use to be his moms house, one part of it is the store with the chocolate and the other part is a little cafe. We also stopped at a graveyard were you could see inside the tomb and see the ...
... a great structure where our tour guide went into great depth of the mid-evil age. Following that stop we took an adventure up a huge hill to the loughcrew passage tombs. This structure is estimated to be 500 years older than the Egyptian pyramids. They were used by farmers to tell time. It was a great experience and even though it was completely freezing and we were all soaked from the rain we all still found the fun in it. Seeing my friend Chase ...
... back and recognise all that has passed, how it has reshaped our thoughts and our outlook, and to be aware that everyone faces similar challenges on returning home, but that that too will pass and that once you are ready to take the next step the support and the experience will be there to guide you on your way. I feel incredibly grateful and blessed to have had this opportunity and for the first time since leaving I now truly feel like I'm coming home.
... catching the DART back home. We miscalculated that a bit and the DART stopped at Connelly Station, about halfway home, and ended service for the night. No problem--a taxi took us to our door, safe and sound, and happy we didn't have to walk the last mile from the DART station! A good night, all in all, and we love Irish music and dancing! Enjoy the ...
... angels. Then we get to wander around 2 floors of props, sets and costumes. My job is to take a picture of everything I see for Daniel. The kids wander around for quite some time before we are finished with our day with Dr. Who.
We leave the Dr Who Experience in search of some sort of tower on a BBC show called Torchwood. The kids simply must find this tower...don't have a clue why. We walk along the cute bay to find the tower covered with decals for the festival and ...