The Merrion Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Merrion Hotel Dublin
Beautiful hotel!! Got engaged in the downstairs restaurant. The Cellar Bar is awesome!
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We had a leisurely breakfast and a brief walk around the city and departed for the Reykjavik airport. Loaded up and got underway to Dublin. A 2-1/2 hour planned flight turned into just around 3 hours due to routing. Thank goodness we got FL410 or we may have had an issue making it fuel wise. Customs and handling at Dublin airport was amazing. …
... and finally concluding with Jameson Distillery. I decided to only take the tour at Jameson as I love whiskey and actually really don't like the Guiness. The tour included a little tasting and a complimentary drink at the end. I bought some gifts and had another drink at their really impressing bar. And just a tip as every church and cathedral has admission fees (which is because the government doesn't ...
Today we embarked on a very windy and rainy day for our on foot bus tour of the rural parts of Ireland. we went first to the Hill of Tara a place where high kings of Ireland were crowned. we then followed this up with a trip to they abbey where scenes of Braveheart were shot. we then saw possibly the best sight of all today at Trim Castle. it also had scenes from Braveheart shot there, we learned all ...
... story line had everyone hooked and believing what was said, it was truly an experience I won't forget.
Clochains or beehive huts are a very different type of contraction. not big, not appealing to the eye, but appreciating its practicality was eye opening. Was a shame that the only one I saw on the trip was guarded by an angry old lady with a shotgun. Temptation to run and get a sneaky picture was high but I didn't risk it haha.
... then at the South Pole Inn & Bar for a drink; I had Stonewell Cider and Debbie had Crean, a Dingle craft beer. The bar was home for Tom Crean, a South Pole explorer. We checked into Brenner Hotel in Dingle; quaint hotel with a comfortable room and Victorian system public rooms (had Waterford chandeliers. Dinner was in the dining room. We walked down to the harbor after dinner and took some night pictures between rain showers when many others of the group were going pub ...