The Residents Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Checked out of B and B and met Miriam and Beatrice for 10.30 Mass at church in Castle Gregory. Then off to local farmers market where we bought carrots onions and potatoes to take home and pate, salmon and mackerel and chicken liver for lunch with Irish bread. So yummy. Off home (4 hour drive) via ...
... us at the airport and our first stop is a shopping mall to get Stephen a change of undies and shirt to wear out to dinner for the evening, as well as razor, shaving cream etc, just a damned nuisance really. Finally get to our hotel and checked in etc and check my emails as I haven't had decent internet in a few days and there is an email from British Airways to say as our luggage did not arrive at the airport in time it will be put on the next available flight ...
... a 2-2.5 hour walk. It's pissin' down rain, so just getting to the DART station is trying. There is no "human" working at the entrance to Pearse Station, so we have to rely on a machine to purchase our tickets...and when dealing with machinery (namely computers) nothing is ever straight forward. That would explain how we end up with tickets from Pearse to Malahide. No biggie...unless having a ticket that is going in the exact opposite direction from where you're ...
... the same but this new dance that the girl was starting was something I was definitely unfamiliar with. It didn’t matter. The girl soon realized that I wasn’t following her dance so she let go of my hand did it by herself and allowed me to dance on my own next to her. I had no clue what to do, and then it came to me. My mind flashed back to my youth. Back to watching the Lion King 1 ½. Immediately I began to river dance. I have no clue if it was good or bad, ...
... day full of laughs and fun. We ended up getting back to the hostel around 3 pm which gave us plenty of time to walk around Dublin and get some souvenirs. We went to Carrols which is an Irish souvenirs shop and I ended up getting my family some gifts and got myself a crew neck sweatshirt. We then went to the oldest Irish pub in Dublin and the food was ...