Liffey Valley House Hotel
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... members (Kate, John, and Kassy) to arrive. The food was delicious! H - Heater ordered the Irish Lamb Stew and I had an Irish Beef Top Sirloin. It was a very fun dinner and just what we needed after the immigration office fiasco. Live traditional music was happening in the room next to us, and we even had a funny old Irish magician entertain us for a while. This is definitely on the agenda for anyone who comes to visit, and now we know how to get there!
... 13. Ireland from the air is beautiful to look at. It's so GREEN! Fields of every shade of green you could think of, patch worked together with zigzags of dark green trees surround uniformed buildings. I noticed that every building had the same colored walls and roofs, which is strange to see when you're used to very individual houses in Australia. However, it was strangely beautiful, seeing rows and rows of identical houses. We couldn't ...
... in the amazing site including the crypt which was a bit eerie but also very enjoyable. After the experience at the cathedral we made our way to the Guinness Storehouse where we were educated on the intricate process of making Guinness and with our ticket we received a complimentary pint at the Gravity Bar which is a bar on the 7th floor of the storehouse that has a 360 degree view of the city. Later that evening we continued to drink our way around ...
... in the library and the director recreated it to look almost exactly the same, but different enough so that he could say it was his.
Passed a famous movie star on our tour, but the guide insisted he wasn’t famous enough to stop to take a picture of.
We found a church that used to have a brothel in basement. It was called tom and jerry of Ireland because the organ wasn’t working so the cleaner stuck his hand up the pipe and found a dead ...
... right in front of our hotel. I realized right away that breast feeding in public was not going to be optional while travelling, and Oliver had his first international meal on the coach bus. We arrived at our hotel several hours before check-in, so we left our bags with the concierge and headed out into the city.
We don't usually go in for tours, and generally prefer to wander about seeing where our feet take us. Our hotel is located ...
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