Summerhill House Hotel
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... people queued up very politely, waiting to see how many could get onto the next appropriate bus. Old and young are out and about in this city, and you rarely see anyone with an ounce of fat on them-. Now there's a gene I wish I had-
We are lodged across the street from the Half Penny Bridge, a lovely metalwork bridge crossing the river. On our way over we got a free cat-fight. A man and a separate woman were begging on ...
... carry snacks and stop for frequent fuel shops.
Kilmainham was where the 1916 rebels were held and shot so we were shown the yard where the executions took place. It must have been a grim place back then. We got a potted history behind the reasons for the war of independence and the civil war. The tour group is mostly American, slim and tastefully dressed. We're the only Kiwis and the guard makes a well ...
After gloomy Scotland, we are greeted by a sunny day in Dublin, forecast s for some showers so we take the rain jackets just in case. This morning we go ashore and taken the hop on hop off bus to get a good look around. We have a tour in the arvo to the Guinness Storehouse. The bus commentary is live given by the bus driver who has a very Irish accent and fancies himself as a comedian. It is very entertaining. When we get off the ...
I thought that people inIreland spoke English!!! Our cab driver from the airport was quite knowledgeable and helpful, but between our tired state and his accent we could barely understand a word.
Our hotel is historic and charming, guilded ceilings, chandeliers, marble and very formal public areas. It is located across from St. Stephens Square, a beautiful park. We took a 2 hour nap and then set out for a ...
... statue. This was not made easy due to the fact that some of the streets change their name every block. So this made looking for what part of Church-Suffolk-Nassau-Claire-Marrion we would be turning onto from Thomas-Cornmarket-High-Christchurch-Dam e-College street somewhat difficult. The Wilde statue had it all - cool statue, quotes and lines from his work, and a bronze torso of a naked woman. No postcards of that. While I am not a huge Oscar Wilde fan, I ...