The Glenside Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... finally found the mouth-puller also. It was a lovely surprise to get to see so much. Not many folks get to go in, much less get coffee and biscuits in the teacher's lounge and meet the
We went on down the road to Bellew's Bridge. One of Weezy's ancestors built this bridge, which is still in use. Next up was Castle Roche. PD's folks lived here for about 200 years. It has an interesting story to go with it. When it ...
... describes it as “it started ******* down rain” because that is what is it doing. This is not the soft rain we experienced yesterday or earlier this day. By the time we get back to the hotel, I am quite wet despite the umbrella and rain jacket. We had back to the leisure club for another relaxing swim and warm up in the sauna. We have dinner again at the hotel which is again good. Then it is crash out for the night for the busy day ...
... Why 12 holes? cause that's all they can get in before dark. Tee off was 5 pm but it wasn't dark till about 10.30? Noel came home laughing saying they were "slagging off" at Stuart. He was asked what his handicap is and he told them 29. Noel's brother Ray taps both Stuart's legs with golf clubs and asks him if they are "wooden". Noel's brothers are all on single handicaps. Stuart said he had a great ...
... spring and autumn solstice phenomenon at the large mound at Knowth. They were constructed in a way that lets the sun line up perfectly with the passages inside the mounds at the different solstices to provide light.
We also visited the sight of the Battle of the Boyne (July 1, 1690). It remains the biggest battle ever fought on Irish soil with over 60,000 troops. ...
... a bar with amazing views of the city. After a quick lunch, we met up with a camp friend of Tia's who lives in Dublin. She showed is around Trinity College (which was beautiful), ---. We also stopped in The Old Storehouse for a beer (I had an Irish harp!) in the Temple Bar area, and then at Beshoff, a restaurant outside the "tall pointy needle" for fish and chips (which was our first real meal). Tomorrow we travel to ...