O'Shea's Hotel

19 Talbot street, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland | 2 star hotel
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... aarrgh, our first real coffee in over 2 months

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... forgotten to bring his camera with him - DAMN! So what else is there to do but eat so we head off in search of something Thai/ Vietnamese (another much-missed food-type that we struggle to find in Cleveland, Ohio). Eventually we find a lovely modern Asian-fusion restaurant called Koh in a back alley and settle in for a few drinks and some excellent Asian cuisine before winding our way back to the hotel and collapsing into bed


Our frist few days in Ireland

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... The gypsys. Not too bad, but we soon left because one of my childhood friends from Manitoba was in Dublin as well, Alison Howard.

After a few messages on facebook we met up with her at Fitsgerald's pub just accross the water for a beer or two. I tried my first glass of Guiness. Not too bad. Alison talked about things to see and do in Ireland and then took us for a walk around Temple Bar area. This was great! Super happy to have ...

All is not lost

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... our mouths. We spent the afternoon in the sun drinking from ceramic steins, eating oversized pretzels and scouting the very attractive German mothers who were everywhere. Overall I must say that the Augustine beer has our vote for the best beer.

Five days of beer and pretzel nutrition seemed enough for our Oktoberfest experiences as our bodies started to show the signs of an all carbohydrate diet. We packed up the drindles and lederhosen to embark on a more somber affair ...


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... are no drinking songs in Ireland, but there are songs about drinking, usually about the trouble that comes from it....

We head out to the Ha'Penny Bridge Inn, to learn more. The traditional Irish pub is based on a family drawing room, pictures on the wall, small and welcoming. Sessions are when groups of musicians gather together to play music just for the fun of it. They are not a band, they are not there to entertain anyone, they just gather together ...


A travel blog entry by rowandmeags


... still not flash and the clouds were quite low, making visibility fairly poor but it was still beautiful! To start off with, we enjoyed a drive along dingle bay and the atlantic coast to get to the small town of killorglin, which had lines of multi coloured homes and shops, beautiful old churches and stacks of B and B's. We continued on along the Atlantic coast to Cathersiveen and onto Waterville, which was a tiny village of 300 overlooking Ballinskelligs bay. It was here we ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the North City area of Dublin, is near Abbey Theatre, Definitive Dublin Walking Tour, Busaras, and Custom House.
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