Maldron Hotel Tallaght
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Heated pool
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
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... You can only take fours steps before you have to either dribble it once like a basketball or juggle it once on your foot. Very complicated for me because soccer and rugby are neither of the sports in good at. Lastly we played the game of hurling. This on was by far the **********e yet. I understood the rules great yet still had no idea how to play it. Needless to say that I was very unskilled in that ...
... to run and there was no time to find any Irish leprechauns nor any pots of gold.
Shannen and I had about 4 hours before our flight, and we spent it doing the Dublin sightseeing that we weren't able to do the night we got in. We walked by St. James Gate to the Guinness Storehouse, saw the outside of St. Patrick's and Christ Churches, and saw the Dublin Castle. We also checked out the campus of Trinity College and enjoyed a nice lunch at O'Brien's Cafe (Not sure ...
... to the end of it where they have loads of security cameras and police watching you as you cross. In some places the wall is 40 feet high. The taxi driver took us next to the wall to show us what he was talking about. We also were allowed to write a message of peace on the wall as well, which we all did. The wall is covered in thousands of messages. For our next stop we drove through one of the gates and crossed over to the other side of the wall. We stopped outside a random block ...
Scott and I had breakfast at a Costa coffee, Merlin & Beth in the hotel. Checked out and left around 9:00. Drove to athlone and searched for the portlick castle, which was owned by Dillon's We wandered around a while but then found a guy who told us it was owned by a Dillon 20 years ago. Apparently, it was foreclosed on him and it is closed now. He told us how we could find a gate that led to the back of it, but we couldn't find where he said. ...
After the tour, we stopped for lunch in the Brewer' Dining Hall cafeteria. Good food, reasonably priced. By now the sun was shining brightly ...