Roganstown Hotel and Country Club
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We weren't in a hurry this morning. One of the reasons was that we had no idea what we were going to do today as we traveled to our last lodgings. We enjoyed our breakfast experience: sitting at a formally set table for two next to our personal window with drapes and lamp and taking in a view of the lawn and lake. In the background was soft …
... hotel. The girls ordered room service and chatted and the boys ordered local Chinese takeaway and chatted. Kev was excited to try a three in one which is hot chips, rice and curry sauce in a container. It's surprisingly tasty and definitely quite addictive as you keep going back for more. Probably not the most authentic 'Chinese' food though. It wasn't a late night as everyone tried to get some rest before the next days shena****ns.
The following morning everyone ...
... the Kite and swam in the Atlantic. Caitlin was Newgrange cause she was the only one in the family who had not been there and she did it with Aunty Ann and Uncle Stuart. Rhian said Ireland eye, I thought he would have said Malahide fair. Noel's was seeing his children's face when he went in for a swim at Clifden, plus my face when I was standing on the Quite Man bridge. Funny, that was what I was going to say, to be standing on The Quite Man ...
... when starting to cross the street and almost got squashed by the cars that ran the lights!
Our next stop was St. Patricks, the Protestant Church of Ireland's national cathedral. Besides being the longest medieval church in Ireland, it is also famous because Jonathan Swift, the author of Gulliver's Travels was dean of this cathedral. Sharon seemed so impressed by the edifice that we thought she was about to sign up for the ...
... Tons of people wearing a mess of St. Patrick's Day/Ireland garb. We went to Temple Bar first, had a drink and moved on. The next bar we went to had live Irish music and we decided to make that our place to hang out for the rest of the night. We loved the music and the drinks, but didn't care for the incredibly crowded pubs and streets.
The next day we had ...