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- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... to Abbey st for the bus I witnessed the lively excitement that is the temple bar area, and oh my. Lots of Hen parties and lots of people. Wow. Very different from Boston, like Faneuil hall in the summer, but more intense/hectic! Arrived back home around 11:30pm, having left at 9:30am. The day was brilliant. Just abolsutely brilliant because I’m here. I walked around Dublin city for 9 hours and am starting to get an idea of the layout of things, and, I walked around Dublin city ...
... was definitely not meant for me and my bean boots. My roommate dropped her phone and right before a wave crashed over she was able to save it. Lucky her!!
We continued our journey, when an older woman walking her dog stopped and asked if we needed directions to the museum. Clearly we screamed American, which is weird because I finally thought my style and clothing was starting to blend in. She was very friendly and nice as most of the Irish people I've met have been, ...
... friendly, it's wonderful! After Croke stadium, we had a walking tour of Dublin. This was difficult due to the lack of sleep, the cold, and the abundance of walking, but I learned so many interesting things about Ireland. For example, during World War One, there was fighting between the British and Irish over independence, and twice a day there was a seize fire so the ducks could be fed! We got to visit Saint Steven's Green ...
... looped twice around the foreyard. Although, it would be a good procrastination excuse. After we'd finished there, we crossed the road and found the National Gallery. It cost us nothing to get in, and I was so keen to see Daniel's reaction to art (considering his last attempt to withstand it in Frankfurt), that I decided that I wanted to see it. His reaction was pretty awesome. He pretty much wanted to spend his time writing awful reviews on their feedback forms, or ...
... was also a hotel. The room was incredible. It consisted of a humongous main room with four poster bed complete with views accross the majestic gardens then a separate corridor for the tiled areas, one room for toilet and vanity, another room for the shower and a third sitting room off the shower room just for sitting and relaxing in. It reminded us of a room that could be in Downtown Abbey (even though neither of us have ever watched that show). Once everyone was back ...