Lansdowne Hotel Ballsbridge
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... Auld Dubliner. Someone on the riverboat cruise told us to seek it out. We did, and it paid off. We had the best shepherd's pie. It was truly Irish because it tasted just like the pie my Irish friend, Ann Smart, made for us once. Today, we set out on a Hop On/Hop Off bus tour, but not before Paul found a ham, cheese and tomato croissant and great iced coffee for breakfast. Once on ...
... my Childrens album! and then there was an Irish hippy guy with dreadlocks and he was impressed by my version of "I saw her standing there" because it didn't exactly sound overly "beatly" ha. I got talking to someone from Canada who was visiting, and I needed a break so we walked around stephens green which I hadnt yet! and went to merrion Sq because I REALLY wanted to find the memorial for Dermot Morgan, who played Father Ted - which I've slowly been watching during my ...
... to scare me and were seated behind me laughing at my scared reaction. My friends are so mean. The whole group ate dinner at O'Shea's Pub and then split up to go out for the evening. Sofia, Chelsea, and I stayed in because we were tired and stuffed. Chelsea and I explored the downstairs bar and sat down in the lounge listening to music for a long time. We ordered some amazing fries from the bar. After finishing those we went to ...
... drink guinness! Ones back must be straight, eyes forward, drinking elbow out to ensure enough of the black stuff goes down the gullet, not just the head. It was a bit of a lark, but I at least got a taste of it so I could figure out if I could stomach a whole pint. The next floor up, everyone could take lessons on how to pour a Guinness. There is a bit of an art to it. And the beer must be allowed to stand for 112.5 seconds. Do not forget the .5, its very important. After ...
... bars! We laughed and finished our Guinness and walked to the stadium for the match.
The match was between Tipperary and Cork for the semi-finals in the Gaelic Football League. Tipperary won easily 24 to 11. The match was very physical and the fans were very enthusiastic, shouting and cheering for their teams. Unlike American football games, no one stands during the match no matter how exciting it gets. Everyone remains in their seat and shows ...