Menlo Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... her family, and it became very clear that the "Luck of the Irish" was on her side. She met a man on the bus who helped get us exact directions to where we were staying, and once we checked in, she met an American girl who knew the area and showed us a great place for some Dublin city nightlife!
It was on this night that I had my first ever Guinness with blackcurrent syrup. It gave the beer an especially sharp taste that was kind ...
... Columbus worshiped here in 1477. While destroying the city, Cromwell stabled his horses inside, allowing them to literally walk over the graves of the people buried here.
... in. In addition, the hotel comped a bottle of white wine and a bowl of fruit. I need Cherie here to help me out. My next posts may not be as lengthy as I will be working starting Monday. I do plan to post more entries with pictures.
I took quite a few pictures and videos so please take the time to check them out. There are at the bottom of this posting.
· Poulnabrone Dolmen: this is probably one of the most famous ancient sites in Ireland. It’s a very picturesque portal tomb, with portal stones on the sides holding up a cap stone on top. And it was surrounded by limestone pavement. There were lots of tour buses here at the same time as us. And it was very annoying. I don’t like lots of random people in my pictures.
· Overlook of The Burren Mountains: ...
... walked across the impressive bridge to the inner parking lot. Once everyone else saw that I didn't get my head chopped off they all warmed up to the idea and followed. The building was quite large and looked expensive. Each car parked in the parking lot must have cost more than an average persons annual salary.
It was nearing noon when the bus stopped for a break in Cong Village. This little village is famous not only for the Ashford Castle Hotel, but it was ...