Carlton Hotel Blanchardstown
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... While we waited for everything to open, we happened upon a beautiful garden at the Dublin Castle. Although rainy, we took advantage of the lack of people out and about and made it a photo shoot session. The garden is a part of the castle but there are sculptures in memorial of fallen Irish police officers. 3. We attended the Revenue Museum in Dublin Castle out of general curiosity and lack of funds ("free admission" are my new two favorite words). Inside ...
... Dublin local who knew his history, taking about 25 minutes at the start of the tour to give us 10,000 years of Ireland's history! Some might be thinking how boring, but because they are working for tips these guides always make the history lesson entertaining! It was here in Dublin that we started to get the first impression of the divide between Ireland and Northern Ireland, with our tour guide cheering at every point in the story that Ireland gained some kind ...
... so I didn't hang around and headed straight for immigration control.
As the US has their biometric system (everyone has to have their photo and fingerprints taken even if you are only in transit and not leaving the airport) which slows down the rate at which passengers are processed. I wasn't particularly looking forward to this as I had several visas for Middle Eastern countries in my passport. Sure enough, I was asked ...
... any like that before either. Our tour guide, Culm, told us that the cliffs where used in a movie and a few music videos! After the cliffs, we went to a restaurant down the road in the village to eat lunch at Fitzpatricks. It was very busy and packed because everyone that was touring today stopped and ate there too! I had seafood chowder and it was really good and helped warm me up! Before we left to go home, we stopped at Burren and Corcomroe Abbey to get a quick photo of Dunguaire ...
The most meaningful aspect of my traveling experience is connecting
with people. I only recently understood and accepted my tendency to keep just a
few close friends, a natural way of managing energy for an introvert. But it
must be balanced so that my social world doesn’t become too small, and so that
I don’t limit my experiences in life. I have been delighted to find such ease
and depth of conversation with so many people in all ...