Travel Blogs from Bray
... in County Antrim or the bucolic landscape will take on a subtly bovine fecal quality. Another fact we were forced to contend with is time in the car. Long trips must coincide with nap time, and under no circumstances should one get lost. The latter part of the previous statement hit us when we were searching for Johnnie Foxes. It's the highest pub in Ireland and terribly touristy, and google maps doesn't work on the iPhone when you refuse ...
Awoke to gale force winds and rain (100km/h), big contrast to the previous day's blue sky. Coffee break in Belfast and a stroll around the city centre and had a chat to fellow Aussies from the Gold Coast. Arrived in Dublin but did not realise that the good people of Dublin knew we were coming. A fly past of various aircraft from a nearby air show was arranged along with thousands ...
... They let us store our 40 lb backpacks until 2:30 (14:30) checkin. We walked all around the city and saw trinity college, Christ church cathedral, and Dublin castle. Beautiful architecture. We both expected Dublin to be a small little pub city but it is soooo busy and double decker buses flying down cobble stone roads, oh and everyone ...
... on the telly with the locals. Good fun.
Afterwards we made our way home to Egans Guest House to prepare for our next move to a morning ferry back to Holyhead and then onward to the city of Chester, England.
More pictures have been added just for our regulars !! thanks for looking in on us !!
... a taxi would take us to our hostel. A hostel which we had found online for 6 pounds a night. Afraid by the views, we were not sure whether our next few days would be anymore enjoyable than our last. The hostel was fine, apart from the lack of security with no locks on our dorm room, barely any light in the room, only one shower on our floor and no hot water, a washing machine that only fit a third of our dirty clothes at a time, and stopped working when the power went our ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Strand Hotel Bray
Other places to stay in Bray
Main Street, Bray | 3 star hotelfrom $84
- A Pleasant Stay
- Customer Service Nil
- Faulty Towers
Strand Road, Bray | 3 star hotelfrom $78
- Fantastic Hotel
- North of Ireland visitor.
- Listen to your customers.
Southern Cross Road, Bray | 3 star hotelfrom $79
Quinsboro Road, Bray | Hotelfrom $52