Rochestown Lodge Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Car rentals
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
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... falling apart but still a fun place for us to explore. Next we went to the Castle of Trim. The guide had a wealth of knowledge of Knights and their weapons. It really help put us back in the time. Then we went around the grounds of the castle and saw where structures use to be and what they were used for. This castle was also one major filming sight of the ...
... was different to what I was use too and did shock me how it was built. No sky rise buildings, traffic wasn't insanely busy and it was actually possible to comfortably walk in the city. Now because we were about to start a 5 day bus about tour with shamrocker, we (myself and travel buddy) got to see some tourist attractions ...
It another beautiful day here, back to the warmth we've been used to. For the past week I've been flighting an occasional sore throat and dry cough. Gave in this morn and we went to a Dr in Ballbridge. She gave me an antibiotic. Wouldn't have worried if at home, so our plans to go to Howath have been put off until tomorrow. We wanted to walk along the Grand Canal and see the boats and the locks etc, but the bus driver we asked laughed and said we'd be lucky to see any boats and ...
... that was attached to the hostel and while we were waiting for the karaoke to start we played a few card and drinking games to help break the ice. By the time we finished up with the karaoke it was 1am so we all headed back to our rooms to get some sleep. Our next day was a bit of a later start, which I think a few of the Americans appreciated. We left the hostel at 10am. The main aim of the day was to drive around the Dingle Peninsula. We saw the "sleeping giant" island off the ...
... for my choice of a hostel which has otherwise been rather unimpressive). The day trip visited Glendalough and Kilkenny. In Glendlough we did a shortish (30 - 45 minute) walk to see 2 very picturesque lakes and an old monastery, I slept though most of the story about the monastery so I'm afraid I can't regale you with stories of it's relevance to Irish history. I believe at least part of the place possibly featured in Braveheart somewhere. We then went ...