Carlton Hotel Blanchardstown
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... I noticing all the extra-curriculars that are offered to students at Saint Brigid's. Apparently, there is a Fit Club and an Irish Dance club that I overheard one mother and her child were talking about. I also some some older students with hurling sticks walking by. Hurling is an Irish sport that I believe is similar to field hockey in how its played. Later on in the day, I saw many, many plaques on the wall for the school's Irish football teams and awards. Irish football ...
Today is the day that we head back to the states. We left the hotel and took the tube to Heathrow where they bumped everyone to an earlier flight due to potential fog. Once we landed in Dublin we grabbed some food and went through customs to avoid it when we land in Chicago. Currently were about 3 ...
... once these facilities are completed. Leinster rugby facilities was the next stop on our last day in Dublin. It was cool seeing one of the most successful club teams in recent history. The 3 time European Cup champions have some nice facilities and an even nicer record on the pitch. Learning about how they are trying to reach the community ...
... in a cage in our carriage on this train. The toddler is directly across the aisle from us, and the budgie is in front of them. Together they make such spectacularly contrasting repeated noise I'm tempted to record it, stick it through auto tune, and make a new 2015 hit single. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We arrived in Dublin, dumped our stuff at the hostel and started exploring around midday. We went straight for the Viking and Medieval Quarter and found a really cool ...
... walk from the Cathedral. But it was SO worth it! On the way we stopped at a little cafe on the corner for lunch called Nato, they had the BEST hot chocolate I have tasted so far!
Once we got to the jail, we found out we could get a guided tour for an hour for only 2 Euros. With all the history and amazing things I got to see that was a steal!
We learned more about the Irish Revolution, and the Rebellion. It was ...