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... was so much less crowded than the last time I had been there in the summer of 2012 with the Mulcahy group. At that time we could barely get into,the bar, but tonight we were actually able to get a table. At a certain point in the evening the musicians change, and during the transition there are a couple of step dancers who perform. The guy is quite the prima donna, and makes a big deal out of shushing the crowd before he performs. I remembered that when our Mulcahy group ...
We made it to Dublin after an hour delay due to sever weather in Chicago. We now have two reasons to hate Chicago, the Cubs and cockroaches! While waiting for the ramp to re-open we were chased around by a friendly cockroach that after several attempts to squish would not die. The flight was 7 hrs and the cocktails did not help us sleep! Upon arrival we picked up our rental car that Mitch will ...
Ok, so perhaps this was not the most thought out plan. But we'd booked our flights to Berlin a month ago and with one thing leading to another, we had a grand total of...drum roll please...20 hours in Dublin! As said, not very well thought out. Already somewhat knackered from our 5am wake up call, we stumbled into our hostel and bantered with the receptionist, who'd evidently watched far too many Jack Black movies in his time. To make the most of our day in Dublin, ...
... him. After taking several pictures here, I headed back across the bridge to the south side. Once there I traveled east along the river until I once again turned on Parliament Street. This time, once I arrived at Dame Street, where the Dublin Castle was located, I turned east, and headed toward Trinity College. The college was difficult to find an opening. Once I did, I went to the main courtyard and several other spots. Trinity College was founded in ...
... to drive through some small towns which offered some scenic views and beautiful sights. We arrives FINALLY in Dublin at around 1130pm local time, which was hard to believe since it doesn't get dark here until about 1030ish. We walked about 1.5 km to our hostel, but cut right up the main tourist street of o'connell. After checking into our new hostel, we organized our stuff and went to find dinner. We were starving and could have just gone for an ...
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