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 ...
... his index finger - a nice move indeed.
We ended up back at Gogerty's for a couple more pints; the Swedes were in full-swing and dancing away. At one point, a very portly Swede enticed Colleen and Mitch to dance (Irish kicking with hands behind the back dancing). A little after 2am, we stumbled our way outside, hailed taxis, and headed back to the hotels for some much needed sleep.
Tomorrow, our last day in Dublin...where did the time ...
... which were built during different time periods. Various national heroes such as Robert Emmett, Charles Stewart Parnell, and Eamon de Valera did time here. The later, eventually served as President of Ireland. We saw where the members of the 1916 rebellion were executed, and heard stories of various inmates. It was a very interesting tour, and I am glad that my buddy Fay recommended taking it in as a priority.
One particular sad story had to do with ...
... uneven staircase EVER, kissed the stone and made the climb back down. Gave me a tremendous new appreciation for what Juanita did with Laurie about 4 years ago helping her do this when she was so very sick. WOW. Stopped in at the Jameson Distillery in Midleton, got some gifts for Family members, and then went on to the ...
... for the night. The next day Michelle and I planned to kinda just do whatever. We didn't plan to stay in a hostel this night because we had such an early flight. So we took advantage of the free events in the city. A crew race, archeology museum, window shopping. What came out of window shopping was that I found the designer pair of sunglasses that I want to purchase before I leave Italy, and they happen to be Prada. After that we found ...
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