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- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Well we finally made it to Dublin, Ireland. The fight over went as anticipated. It was a direct fight from LA to Dublin which means it was LOOOOOONG!!! The good news was that the plane was less than 1/2 full, so other than staying in our assigned seats until the seat belt sign turned off, we were free to spread out making things a bit more …
... so we could rest for an hour, At 5 PM Gerry took us on an hour walk around St. Stephens Green giving us a history lesson via the statues on display. After the walk we went for Shepherd's Pie and a Guinness at Bruxelles Restaurant near Gafton Street. It is amazing that they serve chips (fries) with the pie. Have a 9 AM start tomorrow, so it was back to the hotel for the ...
... depot, THAT was fully booked up for the day as well - not having any luck, - school holidays. By now it was almost 2.30pm and we really had not achieved anything. OK! We'll go to the Guinness storehouse, GPS on the phone came in very handy at times. On the way to the bus stop Kevin spotted a horse and trap unloading, €30 to take us to the Guinness storehouse. It was great fun, speeding - and I mean speeding! - along with a bus chasing us. Stopped at the lights, then when ...
... Post Office and check out the scars on the columns . . . most interesting.
Then, off to walk along the Liffey River
First thought . . . Nessie has followed us to Ireland. Then we realized it was a seal with a fish . . . in the Liffey River!
Back across the ...
... I'm just keeping my fingers crossed that it's not overrun with people that we have absolutely nothing in common with. Regardless of the walks of life these people will derive from, it's a new experience for both Kirsten and I, and will likely force us to forge friendships with people we would otherwise never cross paths with. The infinite possibilities of how this plays out is probably one of the more intriguing aspects of ...