Tara Towers Hotel
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- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... kinda cool because they brought us all into the ring to practice and trot with the horses before heading out on the trail. It was definitely good for Julia and Fran who were a little uneasy about the whole thing, while I was absolutely loving it. The trail ride was absolutely beautiful and there were only 3 other people in our group and 2 guides. We went through big fields look out over the Wicklow Mountains. At one point wild horses somehow ended up ...
... Given that it was not only valentines day, but also the night of the France - Ireland Six Nations rugby match (which must have made for some interesting times for those sports fans whose partners aren't...) there were a -lot- of people out and about. I didn't even bother trying to go to a restaurant for dinner, and instead had a very nice toasted club sandwich from a cafe not too far from the hotel. Then it was back to the hotel to pack up and get ready to shift cities yet again.
... later and we were checking in to our nights' accommodation, first impression "this was going to be cold".
When in Dublin you drink, and where you drink is Temple Bar. Not wanting to go against the norm that is where we headed.
First stop was The Temple Bar, the most famous of all the pubs and being a Sunday it was packed with locals and tourists alike. Finding a couple of stools at the bar we settled in with some more pints of Guinness and whiled away some time ...
... s twice. Went to Badass. Took q biking cab to Dicey's (Tomas). Went to Rick's. Took the cab home. Sang It Must've Been Love With the Cab Driver. Bought chocolate. Drank tea. Cleaned room. Learned Shana got caught trying to sneak him in. The ...
... Today we were heading for the Cliffs of Moher. It was cold, rainy and windy. So of course the perfect Irish conditions to walk along the stunning coast line. We walked alongside the cliffs for about 2km. We had to walk through someone's farm to do it, and took a fair few photos along the way. There were a few sections that didn't have any fences near the edges at all and people were sitting on the edge dangling their legs over the side getting photos. It was a 200-300m drop. ...