The Kingfisher Capel Street Apartments
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... Ah anyways, we got through it and now we are in the beautiful city of Dublin. We started off the trip by getting a tour of the famous Croke Park Stadium. It Is owned by the GAA and it is where they play the Hurling Championships and the Gaelic Football Championship and tons of other things. We got to see the player lounge, the dressing room, the stretching/final prep room, press room and sit all over the stadium. It was a really ...
... We caught the hop-on hop-off bus for other sites. Wanted to go to the highly recommended Kilmainham Goal (jail), but was disappointed to hear from bus driver that it was all booked for the day. Walked along the River Liffey into Trinity College where there was a wedding just completed ( groom was a Trinity College alum and the bride American). Long line to get into the library (where Book of Kells resides) so we bypassed it. Went by O'Neils Pub to get a pic for Jess. Also saw ...
Our second day in Dublin our B&B owner gave us a ride downtown where we boarded the hop on hop off city bus tour. We travelled the the complete loop to see all the sites and then we hopped off and started our tour at Trinity College. We viewed an exhibit which explained the book or Kells, a very old manuscript of several Christian gospels. It was made from calf hide and all sorts of organic dyes (they were ...
... way I made a few cool friends. I met this guy from Switzerland and a girl from lilydale in Melbourne! We ended up talking heaps and decided to go to the Guinness factory together. That factory was cool and interesting and we learnt how to pour a perfect Guinness and then we got a free pint. When we were having our drinks this old guy came up to us and asked if we wanted more cos he had free tickets and we said sure. ...
... The pope had visited there in 1979, so there was a row of pictures of that. There was no security, you were free to roam as you pleased. There was an organist playing the giant pipe organ, lucky to be there at that time, just totally great.
They preserved a wall of the Medieval on the lower floor of the mall, fit in really well.
Eyre Square, lots of people out and was a nice day so we did another picnic, easy to pick up a sandwich and drink--- ...