Summerhill House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... more. The drive was fun and out of town to places even Philip had never been of had been 20+ years ago. Everyone was there for fun and go talk to each other and the locals we met tat the different stops. I drank my first full Guinness ever at the first stop ... Short lines, dry glass, perfect pour... Yum. Philip now plans to take a few golfing buddies on the tour. Really a great time all over ...
... Woke up and headed into Dunleer for our first Irish dinner in a quaint village cafe called Francklyn's. Food was amazing and the Irish tea delicious. Afterwards stopped at a small grocery store to buy Irish tea, cream, brown bread, butter and jam. Looking forward to breakfast. Spent the evening by the fireplace watching a great Irish movie while knitting. Of course we had wine and cheese. July 5 - Explored the Coastline We started at Clogerhead on the beach to see the Irish ...
... was shaped like a large pint glass. Cool!
We learned about the process of making the brew and viewed past advertisements. There was a tasting room where we got to smell differnet smells of the process and then learn the proper way to taste the brew. Mmm.
Then we headed to the Guinness acaddmy where they tesch you how to pour a proper glass. Nick did well, as did I, but mine poured over :( When done pouring you ...
... called the Wright Venue. It's a big club in Dublin that works with my team so we get VIP access there all the time. It was a lot of fun! Sunday was a crazy day. The Gaelic Football, a sport ONLY played in Ireland, finals was that day and for the first time in a while Dublin was in it and they were the favorites. Gaelic Football is similar to American football in that you run with the ball get tackled etc. but it's different because you can also kick the ball, there is ...
... tea and biscuits while we waited. By the time we got settled in our room it was already 11:30, and we had been planning on snoozing during the AM so we decided to have a nap until about 1:30.
Josie told us that the best local attraction is the Powerscourt Gardens and Estate, which is a 15-minute walk down the road. There's also a waterfall, about 5km away, but we didn't get a chance to see that.