Rochestown Lodge Hotel
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... to find lunch. My little group found s burrito place giving student discounts so we ate there. Following lunch we met up for a historical walking tour. We walked around St. Stephens green and around some of the city, including trinity college. Next, we went back to the hostel and had dinner. Following dinner we had to go to the store across the street, then came back and experienced the bar. After that it was bedtime in ...
... since his mum (my GranB) was born there. My GranB has 7 brothers and sisters and when I was in Dublin I met them all and my GranB’s dad (my dad’s Grandpa, which makes him my Great Grandpa, who is 97). So when I was in Dublin, especially after Connemara, I met a lot of my extended (like, way extended) family. Check out some of my photos to see me with all my family.
Before we went to Connemara, it was my GranB’s ...
After going out for breakfast and spending a few hours walking around Dublin, we went back to the hostel to figure out how to pack our bags. It's a lot more challenging than you think. We spent the rest of the day relaxing. It hasn't hit us yet that the trip is over, probably will tomorrow on the ...
... list. What followed was the sheer panic and terror in the parentals eyes when I told them of my adventure plans! Why solo? Why not. There comes a point when you have to decide if you want to potentially miss out on an experience because you don't have someone to do it with. For me, my itchy feet (not size nine Paul ...
... special way. Many of his Marists confreres gathered at St Brendan's Church, Coolock a suburb of Dublin. The oldest is 92.During the service I was a times distracted especially during the parts offered in Gallic. The distractions were really reflections on the prayers and reflections of deaths and dying as I walked the Camino.You may recall in my first blog I mentioned that many pilgrims "carry" the names and memories of loved ones who have died. In ...