Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
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Nach einem zweistündigen Flug (wobei allerdings eine Stunde Zeitverschiebung zu berücksichtigen ist) landen wir in Dublin um 17:30. Ein Expressbus bringt uns in 40min zu unserm Hotel, das etwas südlich des Zentrums gelegen ist. Die Häuser sind alle recht klein und so auch unser Zimmer. Mehr als 10 Quadratmeter haben wir nicht, …
Our journey from Munich to Dublin wasn't the easiest. Bern was up the night before with food poisoning from one of the pork knuckle rolls we bought, the poor thing. From the middle of the night before the flight until we got on that plane, Bern was spewing. It was a rough trip, and when we got to Dublin it was a delayed process through the passport …
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After dinner we stopped at another pub, The Old Storehouse, for a drink and to catch up. Jeremy had spent two days walking around the city and I was curious to see what he had been up to. He had already done the Guinness Storehouse, which I had done when I was last there, and enjoyed it. He also went to Dublin Castle and Trinity College. There ...
... style instrument, but this one was an 8-string bazuki, set up like a 12-string would be to a standard guitar. It was very cool. When they finished their set we headed out to grab some cash out, then went to have a look at another pub we'd liked last time, the Auld Dubliner. It wasn't as good, with just a guy playing covers, so we headed back to the Old Storehouse to watch the rest of the show there. I even got dobbed in to get up and sing the chorus of 'Wild Rover' ...
... br> The Sandymount House, Friday 4 October
After a superb steak and ale pie, we went to the pub for a bevy.
This being Ireland, they are always revolting (or celebrating) something and on this occasion it was the centenary of the 1913 Lockout.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility