Leeson Bridge House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... walked around the parts of Dublin that you don't get to see on the tour, and then went to one of the bus offices when it opened and were able to get tickets to a half day tour that went out to Malahide Castle and Howth Harbor. That was still a pretty cool experience and we were able to see some awesome things. When we got dropped off from that in City Centre we got right back on another bus to try to make it to the Old Jameson Distillery for a tour before it closed, but we ...
We got a late start this morning. After a lazy morning we walked down to Trinity College where we caught the Hop On Hop Off bus and headed to the Guiness Storehouse. It is a museum inside a multi-storied glass atrium on the site of the old fermintation plant. You do not get to tour the working brewery.
In about 1759 Arthur Guiness signed a 9000 year lease for 45 pounds a year -- a good deal. The lease is on display. Arthur Guiness ...
... he has to get the money from Molly which I think is funny. They drove all the way from County Clair to see the game. He asks if we will be heading that way and I do say we plan on visiting the Burren and the Cliffs of Moher. Before we part, he gives me his phone number and says to call if we make it to BallyVaughan. I finally make it to the counter and there is no more chicken! Ugh! At first she says only hot dogs, but then it ...
... him, and of course our class was the loudest. It was an amazing performance. The next up were the traditional Irish tap dancers. These guys were insanely good. The whole atmosphere in the restaurant was upbeat as we enjoyed dessert while watching the dancers. The music they were dancing to was complimented by the sounds of their shoes in the coolest way, and they also interacted with the crowd by pulling others on stage. The night was fun and energetic, a very positive note to end the trip ...
... of Justice with her back to the outside of the castle, away from the people of Dublin. A representation of the oppression of the Irish during the British rule. We then walked to Trinity College one of the most famous in Ireland (it helps that some scenes from Harry Potter were shot there). Also on the tour we stopped at Christ Church Cathedral and St. Stephan's Greens Park, to name a few.
After the tour ended, ...