Killashee House Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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When we got in and landed in Dublin airport we got our bags and put them on trolleys. When we walked out granny, granda and Connor they came to us and talked. After that we went with the bags to the rental car place where dad was organizing it. When dad finished Granda went to get our boosters while we waited. When he got back we brought the bags to Connor's car and put them in. Then Dan and I got in with the boosters even though I didn't want it and ...
... to get to Glendalough (pronounced Glendalock) which is a park containing ancient ruins and a cemetery with tombstones dating back hundreds of years. Absolutley fascinating! We also walked a three mile loop around beautiful lakes which reminded us of Lake Louise in Alberta. When people say Ireland is a thousand shades of green, they speak the truth. Everything here is so fresh and alive. The roads leave something to be desired....I am just glad I am not having to drive here. Some ...
... see in Dublin it sits on 64 acres of land and has been in existence for over 250 years. Arthur Guinness founder of the company in 1759 had the foresight to lease the land for 9000 years at an annual rent of £45. Now we are not sure if this has been reviewed since the first contract but these are the numbers we are being told. If it hasn't been reviewed then someone is getting a bad deal. The tourist centre has 6 floors the first ...
... so delightful about being up and moving around when everyone else is heading to work and you don't have to go to work. You have a free day to go where you want to go and see what you want to see. It makes getting up early much easier and energizes you throughout the day.
We first headed around Trinity College to Grafton Street, a pedestrian-only shopping street. At the north-east end of the street is "The Tart with the Cart"- the statue of fishmonger ...
... eat Scottish shortbread & Scottish fudge and get drenched in the cold Scottish rain.
The stay here wouldn't be complete without some traditional Scottish music. What better place than at the famous Maggie Dickson pub. In 1723 Maggie concealed her pregnancy before giving birth to a still born baby. Illegal under the Concealment of Pregnancy Act (yes, this was a real Act) she was sentenced by hanging. Pronounced dead, she was then taken to the gravesite but ...