Carlton Hotel Blanchardstown
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... trafalger square and let us use his phone because we were having troubles dialing the number for our host. We managed to get ahold of him to let him know we were in London but running late. We go to get on the bus to discover you need to purchase a travel card, they don't accept cash. The bus driver let us ride, he must of seen the look of desperation on my face. We got to Trafalger Square and another guy told us where to catch the bus to Bromley. ...
... and check out our favorite spots. The tour ran on a double decker bus do Bree and I were able to sit up top and really take in all of the sights and sounds of the city. We ended up with a great bus driver who was not only informative but also hilarious when it came to pointing out landmarks and facts about Dublin. One of our favorite takeaways was that Dublin is home to more than 600 churches and nearly 900 pubs...of course ...
... in a hostel, hotels and private rooms will be luxurious and a privilege! I went down to the hotel restaurant to have lunch and check out what I could do around the hotel. I ended up mini Skyping one of my Brit friends and I'm sure I had some weird looks from other families. That lifted my spirits and nothing could prevent me from trying to do something today! Except the rain. I walked to a giant tesco and bought some cookies ...
... a maze of narrow cobbled streets, leading us down to the River Liffey, which we crossed via the Ha'penny Bridge. Formerly named the Liffey Bridge, it gained its pseudonym as a result of the toll charged to cross it, and the name has stuck! We were getting hungry and therefore decided to avail ourselves of "buy one get one free" main meal in The Shack, which had a deal with the Red Bus Company! We all opted for Irish stew, which contained lots of ...
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So the Friday they got here, I took a train from Cork to Dublin to meet my family. They were there waiting for me when I got off the train. It was so nice to see them, it had been a long time. They were exhausted because they got in that morning from Newark and had not slept and it was about 12:30 when I got to Dublin. So we went for some food at one of the pubs, and then walked around to find the ...