The Residents Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... dinner. Everything was delicious including the salad and dessert. Capped off with an evening in the local pub is tending to music. One big revelation to note: we approached our Irish/Scottish cuisine with trepidation. After sampling Italy, France and Spain, our expectations were not very lofty. We stand corrected - everything is delicious, honest and tasty. The added bonus of good dark beer and plenty of music makes the meals that much more ...
... made it so fun. I got to see two amazing goals, one by each team. We decided to leave the game about five minutes early in order to miss the rush and not be squeezed in real tight in the tube. After that i went out to eat with a couple of friends and then just went back and packed. Today was a great day and well spent for the last day with something ...
... on to Cork where we had dinner, and walked around the touristy bit by the River Lee. The next day we headed North to Trim, host of Trim Castle. An amazing castle which was still in very good condition, and which we could wind up turrets on tiny little stairs to the roof. It had a beautiful view, and great stories of Irish and English Lords who fought for more land and more power. We also hiked a ...
... in New Orleans to stiff the taxman: “In Charleston S.C. they used to build houses sideways since they were taxed on street frontage.”
O.L Harper: My biology teacher in in 9th grade, and later Superintendent of Schools for Morehouse Parish (Bastrop). He’s getting elderly now and he says, “You are allowing me to relive my trips of years ago with my own family.” The best, most meaningful comment of all ...
... narrow little lanes Steve negotiated, this was a breeze. We drove right across Ireland from Galway to Dublin in under 3 hours.
We found the Hilton near the airport and unloaded the car. Then Steve arranged to follow the hotel shuttle bus over to the Hertz place at the airport. The guy was just great. He ...