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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... was opened to the public after Sir Arthur Guinness bought and reconstructed it. We also visited Trinity College, the Bank of Ireland (former Parliament House), Parliament House, the Spire and more. It's crazy, I don't feel like it has hit me that I am in Europe yet, but I can't stop taking in the sights and history!!! Some guy: *Guinness is the devils bread!!!* this was yelled at us as we looked at a statue of Guinness in Green's ...
... Sorry Mom, but I'm afraid I checked my good manners at the door when I came on this cruise. They'll kick back in when I leave it on the 22nd. Tomorrow is a sea day. It's been a busy first six days, so a sea day will be a welcome rest. The strange part is that there seems to be a lot of restrictions in these seas around the UK. There have only been 2 days when Bingo was offered, and the Casino has been closed more than open. Oh well, that can only be good for the ...
... hope the photos do it justice.
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The Hill of Tara, known as Temair in Gaelic, was once the ancient seat of power in Ireland – 142 kings are said to have ...
... first night with my host, he took me to the google buffet for dinner. Like, a giant buffet. For free. For the past couple months, I've been trying to save as much money as possible, and eating less than normal. I seriously had to contain myself at this buffet. The food was amazing, and I kept reminding myself not to shovel food too fast into my mouth. He also felt bad that I had to go to a hostel, so he me bought a few rounds that night. I introduced him to the Irish car ...
... hops only. We dropped by Saint Patrick's Cathedral to see architecture before supper on Grafton Street, The Old Stand. After supper, we walked around St. Stephen's Green and saw a family of swans. We came back with much foot pain, but because it's still only 8 PM, we're thinking of hanging out at The Hairy Lemon across the street, maybe there's good music there. -- Magaly P.S. John is upset he didn't have time to finish his ...