Maudlins House Hotel
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... we were kind of in a rush, so we hopped the fence and ran to the bus station. From there we got dropped off in Dublin and picked up by the tour bus. It was about a 2 hour ride to the cliffs of Moher, and we passed many things on our way that we learned about. Here are some of them:
-The oldest bar in Dublin
-The Dublin Zoo; it is the 5th oldest zoo in wold.
-The biggest park in Europe
-The suburbs of Dublin with many cows and sheep; its ...
... we went upstairs to the common room with couches to finally get some kind of sleep. All 4 of us were spread out over the only 4 couches, Jayde woke up at one point and noticed the room was full of people sitting on the floor. She quickly pretended she was still asleep. We checked into our room at 2:30pm, freshened up, got changed and sorted our own walking tour. First stop - Guinness factory, Chloe still hates beer, maybe even ...
... with no success and still no service on our phone and another drive through Cloughduv, we follow the GPS unit. We should've done this from the start as we finally get close to the sight.
Genny is the one who finally spies a lonely stone standing in a pasture of brown grass. We assume this must be it, but after two hours one forlorn looking stone in tall grass is a bit of a letdown. It's now 2:10 (we left around noon) and we high tail it home to grab our things and ...
... 3-4) hour hike. Looked pretty good (especially if your me and didnt realize the whole page was about this 11 km hike, not just wander here or there then maybe the 11 km hike).
We headed over to the train and purchased our tickets. The next train came right away and it was a smooth 20 ish minute ride over. We walked out of the station and immediately followed the directions in the book. This lead us down the main road past the harbour and ...
... class called Pizzica the next day. The name of the dance, she explains, comes from the word for "pinch" because when you are dancing you jump little steps like you are being bitten by mosquitoes.
Dublin, like all cities, has a level of anonymity, a level of car exhaust pollution. But it is a city that I am in conversation with. The walls and solipsistic bubbles which separate me from you and you from them are thinner here. I know that at any moment ...