TripAdvisor Reviews Strand Hotel Bray
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... the live entertainment.
Next stop was for dinner and after a bit of wandering we found an amazing restaurant where we spoiled ourselves to some fine dining and a great glass of red.
Feeling the day’s drive and knowing that we had an early flight we curtailed our festivities and headed home, dreading what temperature our room might be.
Luckily the heater had started to do it's thing and with bag packed we headed to sleep excited for our next destination, ...
... had a little Bailey's Chocolate Irish Cream and to bed. Wednesday, October 8: Early morning as bags were out at 7am and down to breakfast at 7am, ready to depart Dingle at 8:15am. Cloudy and drizzly day greeted us. Debbie and I were in the front seat today, behind Willy our driver. Today we are heading towards Ennis for one night. We stopped at Foynes Flying Boat Museum, to see original flying boat, stylus 314, which has been restored. Charles Lindbergh flew these as well as ...
... we rented a car so we could make our journey down to Waterford, Ireland! Now just to be perfectly clear, the trip to Waterford was supposed to take a maximum of two hours, but for my grandparents & I driving for the first time on the "wrong side" of the road, it took us around 8 hours! We couldn't find the right motorway (highway) and got lost many times,but we eventually made it, after hitting a few curbs ...
... arrived in a beautiful town called Bray. Really had beach, with rocks, but until then had already adapted myself with the Croatia. But the wind and the cold was more for have some hot chocolate and cake. Even had some people taking a sun, clothing, but had. Gabi said we had to go up "on the cross", a mountaintop beachfront because it was worth and absolutely beautiful. I lokked Gabi and saw she was in boot heel (Anabella) and thought, should be a fast track and paved ...
... for more than 24h and with a jetlag of 5h and 8h. Other learnings of the day: - Egg mayonnaise is not Hellmann's. It's smashed eggs. No thanks! - There are still way too many smokers on patio. - The days are long. The sun came down at 11h30pm. I likey! - The Temple Bar pub, even though it's a landmark, it's easy to find, atmosphere, live band, and seats at the bar included. - Julie: "What's an Irish car bomb again?" Karine: "It tastes ...
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