Rochestown Lodge Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... Bar to a restaurant called Metro Cafe near Trinity College. The kids are super hungry today and want to eat the world. We find the cafe and wait a very long time for our drinks, which apparently have been forgotten by the new barrista so the owner/manager guy brinks out a new bill with the drinks "on him". The food was enjoyed and the drinks when they arrived were good..except Eve was disappointed that her Irish Breakfast tea was really too bitter for her to enjoy, even ...
... even had a floor of an art show of self portraits and art relating to music. Cool. Very interesting start to the day
Took the Corrib River bridge walk and ended up at St. Nicholas church. Extraordinarily beautiful. Inside was all polished stone, kept immaculate , and you could take pictures in the church, it was in the shape if a cross, mahogany pews on all 4 sides of the altar, but the best was the stations of the cross as they were sculptures, 5 feet by 4 ...
... them held a special place in society.
The Book of Kells is a lavishly decorated copy in Latin, of the
four gospels. It is believed they were produced in the 9th century by
the Monks living at Kells in county Meath. The Book of Kells was sent to
Dublin in the 16th century for safe keeping. It is really a national
treasure. The display has been presented with parts of the book
illuminated on walls and explained, in both script, pictures ...
... basement of the Stag’s Head Pub in the centre of Dublin city. The Comedy Crunch is held in the downstairs of this venue every Sunday and Monday night from 8:30pm until 11pm.
A tip to the wise, attempt to get there before it opens as they do close the door against disruptions, but mostly because you want to secure a seat due to the basement being quite small considering the size of the crowd and ...
The perfect conflation of our interests, architecture and sport, drew us to the new Aria stadium on the old Landsdowne Grounds site today. Last year I saw it, with its distinctive swooping profile, from the ship, and wondered about it. Having spent two days in Dublin last year we felt we could strike out and do something that isn't on the typical tourist route, so I planned an outing for a short train ride and building tour. We took the DART from ...