Tara Towers Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... do at Trinity, as it is still a (very) active university, but Lisa gave us some of the history of the place and pointed out the building where the library and the Book of Kells is, which I'll come back to later.
From Trinity we headed down to the final stop, just near the Irish parliament building. All in all it was a fantastic tour, and lasted almost three hours! And luckily for me it ended not too far from my hotel, so I was able to go and grab my umbrella. ...
A no go town to have the hire car another 3000euros extra on what we payed because of the Irish football grand final no hotels for the weekend trying to go to New York plane doesn't go until tomorrow morning maybe sleeping at the airport tonight. Hope it gets ...
... said that he thought that ratio was just right!
After our bus tour of the city we hopped around to several of the most popular landmarks including Trinity College (home to the Book of Kells), St. Patrick's Cathedral and the Jameson Distillery. Trinity College is Ireland's oldest University and has been in operation since 1592. It was really something to see a University with so much history that is still running to this ...
... no shortage of pubs, it means for a great night life and the Scottish definitely know how to drink! Just as a heads up, the Scots don't wear anything under their kilts... probably best not walk behind them on a windy night. Exploring Edinburgh and all it's glory we stumbled upon crowds of people outside Edinburgh castle. After waiting 5minutes to see what was happening no other than Queen Elizabeth drives past waving her little hand out the window! At this point we ...
... frog legs as well. We all sampled the frog legs, except for Dad, who didn't have any interest in trying them. As we finished dinner and stepped back outside, the rain had stopped and the skies were blue!
The last stop for the evening was O'Donahue's Pub for some traditional Irish music! This pub was recommended to us by a cab driver earlier in the day and it turned out to be a great recommendation! We arrived around 9 p.m. and the music was ...