The Plaza Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... through my phone-technology is so cool. It was overcast all day so it made the cathedral a little spooky looking from the outside. The inside though was amazing, even the floors were beautiful! I also, of course, got to brush up on my Latin which I love!! By the time I was ready to leave Rob was just about ready to call it a day with work. We hit up St. Stephen's Green and saw some of the fattest swans we've ever seen. We walked around town and stopped in ...
... extremely curvy and hilly, but full of the most beautiful countryside scenery ever - green pastures as far as your eye could see, hills filled with sheep and cows grazing, and really beautiful countryside homes.
We made it to the Cliffs of Moher and it was about 5 Euro (for students!) to enter - it was pretty busy, but did not feel touristy at all because of how immense the cliffs were. This was definitely the highlight of the trip for ...
... leaving on an earlier flight than everyone else and will need my own transportation. Good deal for me.
After hopping on the bus we headed out for the Guinness Storehouse. We took a self guided tour of the storehouse, but were not able to see the actual brewery as in other tours that I have been on. That was a bit disappointing, but I guess if I have seen one beer brewery I have seen them all. The founder of ...
... to day drink and party with strangers.
I did one of those "Hop on/Hop off" bus tours the first day so I could get a glimpse of the city and become somewhat familiar with the area. I literally saw almost every attraction that afternoon.
On my last night I did a tour of the Guinness Storehouse, which actually was pretty fun and interesting. There were a lot of historical facts thrown at me but one that I remember is Arthur Guinness signed a 9,000 ...
... into see the book of Kells which was so nice of them. It was cool to see but poorly set up so the crowds were annoying. They had the books in the middle of a table do people just crowded around and were supposed to slowly move but didn't really work. Still amazing to see how they wrote so small and perfect. I wish I could write like that! After that, we worked our way back out of the maze that is driving in Dublin and headed for ...