Leeson Bridge House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... All good though, thoroughly enjoyed it here.
7. I walked back to my hotel through a district called Temple Bar. Didn’t spend too much time wandering here, I could see I would need to buy a bigger pack if I looked in the shops too long lol.
Pics to come ...... screebs to go through and choose ...
We left for Dublin on August 6th, staying right in the heart of downtown. We were so pleased with ourselves as it only took us 4 hours to get there! But our confidence was quashed once we tried to make our way to downtown Dublin as we spent an hour and a half lost, frustrated, and tired. We were so happy when we finally found our hotel!! But had to wait an hour for our room to be finished - by this time it was 4:00 p.m. and we ...
... as they say.
Upon my arrival in Dublin (a beautiful day, BTW), I took a cab to the hotel. It was not far from downtown--the perfect distance for someone counting his steps daily. I took a quick shower and thought I'd make the best of the rest of the day I had left. I inquired at the front desk to get oriented with the area. And the young man at the front desk said to me in a low whisper, "you'll ...
... to navigate. We spent nearly all of our time that morning walking and getting lost through the streets of the city center. During our walk we enjoyed the old architecture of the city and stumbled upon Trinity College, St. Patrick's Cathedral, and the Jameson Distillery. Noon was slowly approaching, and we decided to make our way back to the hotel for some much need sleep. This was a task that proved to be quite difficult since we didn't have access to our smart phone's navigation ...
... had committed a crime. Even if the crime was stealing bread or potatoes to avoid starving that sad fact would not prevent them from being incarcerated. The cells were small and in the older part of the jail they were cold and dank.
In later years as more enlightened theories around prison reform and rehabilitation of prisoners developed, a new wing added to the prison was focused on letting more light into the building and encouraging self-reflection by ...