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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After a fun filled night of bar hopping, shot and pints, we slept in until about noon. Boys' bags are still MIA, so their day started with another trip to Penney's for some fresh undies and shirts. By that point it was late enough to not make any ambitious toiurist plans, instead we decided to wander around the city to see whats happening. Seemingly all roads led to the ...
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So - What is Tara? I'm just going to copy a little info from
The Hill of Tara, known as Temair in Gaelic, was once the ancient seat of power in Ireland – 142 kings are said to have ...
... here. The factory is impressively set out in different levels that are to resemble a beer being poured. The bottom 6 levels are the amber beer and the top floor ,which is a 360 degree glass platform with a full view of the surrounding Dublin area. Massive and impressively beautiful views. The bottom two floors took about an hour and a half to get through, full of impressively set out facts and computer demonstrations of the processes involved. It was tiresome to just walk around ...
... a local) before any of the three of us could actually see the closed sign on the building (like the bank isn't there anymore--not closed for business that day). Finally located an atm and with cash in hand headed to the "hop on hop off" bus tour. Our first stop was Trinity College where we saw the Book of Kells (a really, REALLY, REALLY old book about some bible peeps written in some language other than English). The library at the college is very ...
... of a mess healthcare reform in Ireland is, but I didn't really get it until this conference. Pardon me while I hop on my soap box for just one quick paragraph:
The healthcare system in Ireland is two-tiered, one public, technically universal sector, and one private sector. Anyone who has any money has private health insurance, but is still treated by doctors in public facilities who also serve public patients. This leads to a couple of really terrible side ...