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basic, close to tram, close to bus, far from airport.
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Our first day in Dublin began with a mild scare that JD's baggage had been lost, fortunately this only lasted moments. Then we met Terrence Rooney, a lovely cabbie who directed us to steer clear of the Temple Bar as one of the worst tourist traps. We were exhausted but hungry when we checked into the Ibis Red Cow Dublin. It is located on a LUAS …
... that the development of tourism would benefit the local economy and bring people out of poverty.
The saying of the days was that used by locals to judge their daily weather…. if you can see the mountain, it’s about to rain. If you can’t see the mountain it’s raining….Classic Ireland.
After this it was time to head back and start the trek home. We all fell asleep on the bus and were all looking forward to ...
... transport company Córas Iompair Éireann proposed to buy up and demolish property in the area and build a bus terminus in its place. While that was in the planning stages, the purchased buildings were let out at low rents, which attracted small shops, artists and galleries to the area. Protests by An Taisce, residents and ...
What an extremely long day today. It was nice weather so we lucked out. This morning we walked to St. Patrick's Cathedral. Beautiful building, but in my opinion not as nice as St. Paul's Cathedral in London. After the cathedral we walked to Kilmainhan Gaol, the old prison. What a creepy building. Most of it is the original prison so it was eerie and it didn't help that the guide told stories of a bunch of the prisoners who were there. After the jail, ...
... to Trinity College, we visited O'Connell Street, Grafton Street, the Temple Bar Square area, and St. Stephen's Green ... we had some food, shopped, watched the people and street performers.
Today it was overcast and chilly at about 40 degrees F and the day was so very long but we were excited and enjoyed diving in to a new culture and continent!
- A swan gliding down the lake in St. Stephen's Green
- Star Wars Stormtrooper ...