Travel Blogs from Bray
... hotel so was perfect. As we have done in several other major towns we decided to take the tour bus as in a short space of time you get your bearings and have a history lesson all in one. Lazy way I know, but we have learnt heaps doing this whilst saving on Warren's knee, and we do have Europe to come yet.
The weather had cleared a little and the rain stopped by the time we reached Dublin but it was still overcast and cold as ...
... edges making it into a ring. Michael Rooney told us that long ago farmers used to live in the ring because its naturally raised edges offered a sort of protection. Legend has it that this is where Ireland’s Leprechauns and Fairies live as well. Supposedly, if you enter the ring and think about something going wrong in your life, and offer it up to the fairies, within 1 day, progress will be made for the better. If no progress is made, the situation is ...
After a hysterical serious of self hatred and tears over my misunderstanding of the internet and ryanair, I ended up spending literally 24 hours in Dublin. It was worth it.
Firstly, I hungout at my friend Alex's house, then he and his roommates showed me all over Dublin, on the bus, in the bars, along the shopping centers, until we ...
... stop at Gretna Green. Famous for it's blacksmith's shop and where young couples eloped from England to take advantage of the lower age of marriage. Still a popular spot for weddings to this day. Very lovely. Sal finally got to get a close-up photo of some highland coo's! Just in time before we hit the English/Scottish border.
From here we had lunch in the most gorgeous village ever - Grassmere. We picked up a Lilput Lane each ...
Another early rise Sunday as we eagerly await Mike & Justine. A stretch of legs prior tho back down to Trinity College, Grafton St loop - the handful of sidewalker sleepers a bit more noticeable. The bus system works well from airport and we meet up as planned at Christ Church cathedral 1130 and a short walk to home.Catching up for a few hours is great and we venture out for short tikki tourin very ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Strand Hotel Bray
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Main Street, Bray | 3 star hotelfrom $63
- A Pleasant Stay
- Customer Service Nil
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- Fantastic Hotel
- North of Ireland visitor.
- Listen to your customers.
Southern Cross Road, Bray | 3 star hotelfrom $91
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