Leeson Bridge House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I wanted to see. Plus they had free luggage storage, free wifi, and free breakfast. I flew in earlier the first day, and got to the hostel around 10:15am. Although I couldn't check in until 2pm, they let me eat the free breakfast and store my luggage as I walked around the city. It was an 18-bed co-ed dorm, which has it's challenges, but I kind of like the dorm style. It's super easy to meet people, and there's always someone to talk to. That night I made ...
... to Frankfurt. Thanks Graham for discovering it.
It was nice that the women did not appear to be obsessed with being stick thin - with all that gorgeous food, it would be impossible. The choice of ...
... lunch before continuing our sight-seeing. We both opted for a hearty beef and Guinness stew and apple pie desert.
To conclude the afternoon we joined a majority of the group for a guided tour of the Irish National Museum. The star attractions are breathtaking ornaments from the Bronze and Iron ages, found in hoards, peat bogs and during 19th century excavations for railways. Torcs, twisted ribbons of gold, date back to 1000BC. ...
... by Bray's boardwalk with numerous restaurants, coffee shops, ice cream shops, etc. Cali especially loved the walk. She met more dogs in that afternoon than all of her time in Dublin. We will complete the whole walk in warmer months, and probably have lunch in Greystones which has a cute little village.
We are really looking forward to 2014 and all that it will bring! Hope everyone has a great New Years!
It took ages to get out of London and back to LHR, due to the London Marathon. If I had known it was on, I would have organised to do BERT(CRU) with London St John. Oh well....
I flew to Dublin, then drove across to Galway. I was very impressed by the 120 km/hr speed limit on the ...