The Kildare Hotel, Spa & Country Club
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2 beautiful courses, and an incredible hotel.
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... at going to the fair. The children had money in their pocket and were eager to spend it. Rhian went on all the scary rides in the carnival. Caitlin wanted Stuart to go on a ride and was able to convince him to go on the dodgems. The weather was very unpredictable. The wind was blowing, to the sun shining and then the skies turned black. Noel wanted us to get to shelter cause it was going to lash ...
... spots we've visited here, just blew me away. Not too far away from the cliffs was the Burren, a rocky landscape overlooking the ocean. We had a photo stop and I got a photo taken right near the edge. I was terrified, not one for heights, but it was worth it for the great views. We then headed to Galway to explore for a couple of hours. We had a pub meal for lunch and then looked around the city for awhile. ...
... day full of travel from train to train to bus to plane, I switched my clock to military time so I could stop having to do the math in my head every time I saw an 18:55 or 21:05 departure time.
When I'm in such an exhausted state, one of two situations are possble: I disregard everything about my surroundings and one should worry about my general safety... OR I pay attention to every single detail. Walking through the Dublin airport at midnight that night, it was the latter. ...
... by Bray's boardwalk with numerous restaurants, coffee shops, ice cream shops, etc. Cali especially loved the walk. She met more dogs in that afternoon than all of her time in Dublin. We will complete the whole walk in warmer months, and probably have lunch in Greystones which has a cute little village.
We are really looking forward to 2014 and all that it will bring! Hope everyone has a great New Years!
... about coming a long way to go to prison.
Headed back to town and took the archaeology museum with all it's Celtic gold and bog people. I stopped to talk to a curator and asked him a few questions. He waxed eloquent - the government were unsupportive, they'd had 1.4 million visitors last year and they were trying to cut staff. A familiar story. We were interrupted by a little man with a business card. "Excuse me ...