Maldron Hotel Tallaght
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Kids pool
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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So today was very interesting! I didn't realize how much how religion was a major influence on sports. Northern Ireland is more Protestant while the rest of Ireland is catholic. Also, we learned about social media in sports. One interesting thing that the speaker discussed was how advertising has changed to fit target markets. I learned a ...
... me, there's a first time for everything). I should probably just stick to calling her drunk Canadian woman, because honestly, Pam was in the absolute worst condition of all of us. You could probably add all of our conditions together and it still wouldn't reach hers. We boarded the bus, which was a massive one filled with day-trippers from Cork and our group, and there crouched over in the seat about halfway down was Pam, still dressed completely in last ...
... yet this was very interesting.
It reminded me of the exhibition on hay and energy usage I saw at the Nobel Peace Centre in Oslo. Outside of the box thinking.
With the evening as bright as day I wandered through the parks heading towards Temple Bar area, looking in at the Natural History museum and small shops along the way. My hotel had a huge beer garden, which was very busy and had delicious wine. Tomorrow I head off to meet the Irish Brittons. ...
... call themselves “homemakers”. :)
We checked into the hotel - Hilton Dublin and everyone got a bit of rest before we went for an early dinner. Dinner was yummy - choice of either salmon or a turkey plate with sides of potato and pureed carrots. So delicious. Dessert was either apple pie or chocolate cake.
Off to our concert - it was a huge success - we were there on time, dressed and ...
... during his travels to Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, and Asia. Chester Beatty was from the United States and retired in Ireland. Both of the museums are free and highly recommended!! Some of the group also checked out the beautiful Christchurch across from our hotel and visited the St. Stevens Green, a large park in Dublin. The day was finished by watching the sun set over the Liffey River. Cheers! Jessica H. And ...