Ripley Court Hotel
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... friend who lives just outside of Dublin in the Wiklow mountains and he was gracious enough to show us around Dublin on our own personal walking tour of some of the famous areas of Dublin. We saw the famous Book of Kells and Trinity College and the old library long room which contains some 200,000 books and is a sight to behold. We continued on and did a walk down Grafton Street and visited the Grand Lodge of Ireland as well as the ...
... of Dublin, which after Dingle was a shock to my system :) As Ian mentioned in his post, we saw parts of Trinity college. We were the first to return to our room, but was shortly joined by a fellow roommate who came from Argentina named Augustine. He was in Dublin as a student and staying at the hostel till he found other accommodations. We stayed up and talked with him for about an hour and a half before he headed out. We got ready for bed after that ...
... tomorrow, we have a really early start to the day, as we have to be at the ferry early. At least it is a shorter ferry trip back into the UK this time. (Less time to get sick!) Our night tomorrow night is Beatles country - Liverpool. No doubt James will be playing that CD on the coach tomorrow, which isn't really a hardship.
Until then, good bye from Dublin.
Love Brooke & Mal
... match. From that date forward until 2006 no 'British' sports were allowed to be played in the stadium- in 2007 "God Save The Queen" was sung with great concern but ultimately the anthem was sung without interruption or incident, and applauded by both sets of supporters at the match. Tragedy to tolerance- is this a permanent bridge?
Our last day in Ireland saw us on a train from Dublin to Kildare to take in a Senior Hurling match ...
... it every time! Probably another reason why I want to marry and Irishman.
The restaurant was so good that we went there for breakfast today! You can get a cooked breakfast there for 5 Euro-the coffee is included and it was lovely! After breakfast we set out on a walking tour of some of Ireland's famous places. On our way, we ran into a gorgeous Irish tour guide-again thank goodness for Pete cause we chatted to him for 20 mins about the sights of Dublin(what ...