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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Dublin, and what a beautiful day greets us. Blue skies and 16c by 8.30 am. We are hiring a car an dcall Enterprise as we are ready early and they suggest we get a cab instead of them picking us up, and they will take the fare off the hire. So off we set and get the last taxi at the bottom of the gangplank. The formalities took a while but eventually we set off for Malahide Castle where we had pre booked a tour. The castle was and ...
... of Ireland.
I bid farewell to Mieke, who is heading back to Hamburg tomorrow, and had a quick siesta at the hostel before meeting up with Emillie and Marion for dinner. After a fruitless search for a Thai restaurant with main courses under €17, we ended up eating at the same place that I had eaten breakfast. Turns out their dinners are just as good! When we got back to the hostel we hung out in the common room, I learned some new French slang words! For ...
... around 800 feet & we were very lucky that the rain held back for the whole show. The show concluded with what Dane had been looking forward to the whole day, a fly over of an A380. Very impressive!
We headed back to the hostel to warm up. Even Dane (who wore a T-shirt all yesterday!) was cold after 3 hours in the cold wind! After last ...
... they ship them home for you if needed... After seeing them being made, I was keen to buy at least a Christmas tree decoration, but even the cheapest started at €50, so that was a bit out of my budget :-)
Still good to appreciate the skill and precision involved :-)
Another hour and a bit on the coach, we arrived at the Irish Stud Farm and Japanese Gardens.
Real Irish weather set in, so it was a wet walk around ...
... took you through the brewing process and the ingredients used. At the end of the tour we did get the chance to become "Master pourer's" as we got to practice the art and learn to create just the right amount of head. We then got to drink our pints which is always a bonus! We finished up by checking out the sky bar which offered some of the best views in Dublin, shame we didn't have time for another pint up the top! We caught a cab back to the hostel so I could ...