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... here (more like ham) and Emma, enamored with the Irish accents, thought it was cool when the server told her she was the one with the accent! We thought the best way to see as much as possible was with a quick tour around the city and then we headed over to Trinity College for a tour and to see the Book of Kells. I've always been interested in the architecture of various historic universities as many of these styles and ...
... It differs from other bag-pipes in that the musician does not blow into the bag and it is always played sitting down. The bag is filled by a bellows attached to the waist and one arm. The wrist of one hand hits the cord keys leaving fingers of both hands to play the notes on the flute part. Because the player doesn’t blow into a bag to maintain pressure, the bellows provide relatively dry air, reducing the ...
It's 1:27 am, Chicago time. Out flight was supposed to take off at 6:00, but didn't leave until 7:00 pm. We very quickly got drinks and dinner, and Steve and I proceeded to try to sleep. We did pretty well. One of the travel tips we got was to stay hydrated. I can't believe how thirsty I am. Been waking every 90 minutes or so incredibly ...
... I finally needed to use my umbrella today. ****! Oh well, like I said at the beginning - I certainly did not come to Scotland & Ireland for the weather - but I have been very fortunate.
Off to Kilkenny today with a few stops along the way. Yes, another bus tour, but this is the way to see Ireland if one does not have a car. Our first stop was in Glendalough....in the rain....not exactly the panoramic views I was promised. But ...
... I had right in front of me. So I can’t help myself to stop and not to write it. Of course they were Irish that I thought they must be coming from some different Ireland ( which we know there is nothing like that) hehe because they didn’t suit me to that whole picture I just described but that was mainly at work that I saw this. So if you ask me if Ireland is worth living in, I am the worst person to ask the question. If you ask me if Ireland is worth ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Metro Hotel Dublin Airport
We arrived in Dublin from the UK, as planned and got a cab straight to our hotel for the night - The Days Hotel, Dublin Airport. I chose this hotel because of the proximity to the airport and it was, in fact, fairly close.
Our stay at the Days Hotel far exceeded our expectations.
We spent 1 night in Sept '06. Room was comfortable though somewhat cramped, maybe because of the triangluar shape of the building. Ameneties were good, though don't look for ice, even from the front desk..."Go talk to the bartender, he may have some".
Amazing hotel, terrible area
Great hotel, amazing facilities and staff very good, just a massive shame as to where it is!!!!! Worth it if you don't intend walking anywhere on teh night as can be quite daunting!
Having been to Dublin in Feb this year, with my Wife to celerbrate our wedding anniversery, we both wanted to go back again, unlike in Feb where we only stayed for 3 days, staying at the Beacon Hotel which was very good and although being well out of the City, the travel in on the Luas made the stay worthwhile, also the standard of the Hotel was great, very modern and the Bar at night was good and lively. Having read the reviews on the Days Hotel Dublin Airport, I thought we would give it a try. Most reviews were very good, giving top marks, the last review highlighted some concerns and having just spent 5 days at the hotel I understand the points made.
Fab New Hotel...
This is a fabulous new hotel, with a friendly atmosphere, very helpful staff. The rooms are very comfortable and clean, free internet access is a great selling point in my opinion. I had a great nights rest, no noise. The food was cooked exactly to my liking. There was no problems finding the hotel or getting to the airport the next morning, it's the tallest one in Dublin, how could you miss it!! All in all I would happily return there, I have advised friends and family to do so already!!
Hi, I recently stayed in the days as stop over while in dublin for a night. I was highly impressed by the hotel and staff. We arrived late in the evening and were greeted with great helpfulness and courtesy. To be honest they couldnt have done enough for us. The hotel itself is new and modern, up to the highest standards of cleanliness and decor. I have no problem in recommending this hotel. It was perfect for a business stay but would also have easy access to the city center for a social stay.
Fab Place to Stay
Upon entering the days hotel you know that you're going to be looked after. The reception area is very comfortable and the staff are extremely friendly. Every need was taken care of and the proximity to the airport was fantastic. I'd go back again.
I have recently stayed with Days Hotels in several of their locations in Ireland, Belfast and Galway being the other two. Having had superb stays in the two sister hotels i was heading to Dublin Airport with confidence that it would be every bit as good and so it proved. This hotel is new and most spectacular, the staff told me that it was the tallest hotel in Ireland and boy do i believe them, it is 15 stories high and i'm sure that the top floors must offer superb views of the city, fortunately for me i was not that high up as i don't like heights. Background music in the lobby, wonderfully warm check in, clean functional bedroom with excellent shower and free internet access, softly furnished bar/restaurant and best of all a reasonably priced menu with simple but delicious food - i had the sirloin steak all contributed to a most enjoyable stay.