Red Cow Moran's Hotel
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... back at home, we decided to find a place that served corned beef & cabbage-- a popular celebration dinner in Ireland. We found a restaurant called The Boxty on Yelp that had really good reviews for their corned beef. It didn't disappoint! We were both surprised how many people in Ireland knew that today was our American holiday. We were also surprised at how much we missed our families by being away on this day. Thanksgiving to us has always meant a day ...
Day 3: Today we planned to hire a car and head out to the Wicklow Mountains, unfortunately the car hire place Shelton had googled that was only 800m up the road did not exist, nor did the second place we walked 3km away. After a bit of too-ing and fro-ing and two hours of walking in jandels with blisters and very sore legs we arrived at the Guinness factory. We had to have a wee sit down to rest our weary legs before the tour. ...
... direction, I think. All the girls stayed together in a room with 8 bunk beds, and the guys had their own room. We had 8 people, and only one bathroom, but there were communal ones across in the hotel part of the hostel.
After only being there for about 30 minutes, we headed on a quick tour around town, and then we were free to do what we wanted for the rest of the day. The city is so gorgeous! The architecture was ...
... left the car and checked in early at noon for the 4.30 flight.. (We had to return the car by noon,that's why we are here early). Well It is after noon so time for pint of Guinness...each !! while we wait our flight to another new land. Sorry no pics this time as they are all on the camera rather than the IPad. More from Espana where we hope to catch some sun after the typical Irish unpredictable weather.. Like Melbourne ..4 seasons in an hour ...
... the Dinosaur exhibit was incredible! Also went to
- Pitt Rivers
- Museum of the History of Science
- The Ashmolean
- Christ Church
- The Divinity School (Where some of Harry Potter was filmed)
- The Turf Tavern (Where Bob Hawke holds the record for downing a yard of ale in 11 seconds)
Was pretty museumed-out by then and went and met my friend Wes for a beer. We ended up having an amazing dinner ...