The Station House Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kilmessan
... of the 125 year old buidling housing them. Back to the hotel to ice Sally's knee and keep it on the road to recovery. I took the time to stroll over to Merrion Square and see where Oscar Wilde used to live. It is another lovely park surrounded by Georgian buildings. After the sun was over the yard arm, a tour of Jameson Whisky Distillery seemed in order. It was an interesting tour and at the end we got a taste-off between Johnnie ...
... tour we took a cab back to our hotel with a particularly kind and talkative driver who took his time explaining parts of the city sights we drove past. As an aside the folks here are kind and extremely affable. Every single person I tipped displayed an overt level of thanks. Repeatedly, they would thank me as though I dropped a gold bullion in their laps. Kamal would agree with me, the Irish are wonderful people. We took ...
... area everyone turned around and said hello. After that we went for dinner we had really tasty pizza. On Tuesday we had breakfast then bought a train ticket to go to Ashton and Bray. The train ride going to Bray was really nice. When we arrived we had to find a way to get to the stables in Brennanon. The stables were amazing. Victoria was a very nice guide of the barn. She is also a ...
Dublin's nickname, the Emerald Isle, certainly lives up to it's reputation. It is a country filled with green fields and possibly gives New Zealand a run for its money in terms of sheep population. The Irish people in general are incredibly friendly and love to have a yarn with you over a drink! And yes, it's true. Guinness does taste better in Ireland!
I arrived in Dublin absolutely shattered as our bus to Copenhagen left at 3 am, in order to catch our ...
... letting me be her for a London Fashion Week event!!! I'm super excited and nervous at the same time, come on, I usually don't match my socks on a daily... I'll be exploring London solo for a few days. I get in Thursday afternoon and have dinner planned with fellow DSP (fraternity) brothers who are from London. Friday is me day getting to explore and then treat myself to dinner at Dishoom (hopefully). Saturday is Melanie's LFW event and then Sunday I'm excited to ...