The Station House Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Conference facilities
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... prisoners' in the gaol. We heard the monotoned account of how, 1 by 1, the 13 were marched from their cells at dawn and shot by firing squad in the rock breakers yard. The 14th was brought by ambulance from hospital and stretchered to the site where he too was shot. The newest part of the prison was modern for the time, with lots of natural light streaming down thru the central. Reminded me of the Green Mile. Pretty sad place and I was pleased to leave it. I could understand ...
... and the history was so impressive of how the Vikings came down from Norway then left Dublin in the spring so they could harvest their products in their home country. The church was added onto several times over the years, with the first portion built in 1100. It is still standing, and below part of the church is a visible portion of the medieval roadway. America is still wearing diapers according to this ...
... and we were only in the air for about 40 minutes and we actually arrived in Dublin 20 minutes early.
We stayed in a lovely B&B called Avoca House around the corner from the IPA house that Nathan and Traci previously stayed in in 2001. The IPA House was booked out but they recommended this B&B and we are glad they did as the owners Jack and Audra are very friendly and Roy is smitten with there three small dogs.
We took a bus from the Airport ...
... to Sue the amazing day I had and I had someo f Mary's chocolate and just couldn't fall asleep, how did that happen!? 3 hours earlier I doubted Id even get into the show and then before ya know it I'm havinga conversation with a cast member of The Office like it was nothing. in the show he asked the audience for suggestions for live music in dublin, someone said "the grand social" and everyone boo'd and said "nooo Whelans!" and BJ said, "i've been in Dublin for 5 ...
... the war.
After the cathedral we walked down to the 'Brazen Head' Ross had pointed out to us earlier during the bus tour as being the oldest pub in Dublin. It was established in 1198! The doors were so low I almost had to duck my head to walk in, and it had 3-4 different rooms with bars and all heated by an open fireplace, and a beautiful outdoor area with green, orange and white bunting and some very pretty flowers. We ...