Tinakilly Country House Hotel & Restaurant
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... Next Dublin Castle. They had been filming a movie so quite a bit of it was closed. Cool to see the set though. The Chester Beatty library was way better. It had some very old manuscripts from the time of Paul. We had tea at the most seriously good tea room, the Queen of Tarts. Then more walking around. Until it was dinner time. Last dinner if the ...
... a tour of the Glasnevin Cemetery and a stroll through the adjoining botanic gardens. We stopped at John Kavanagh (Grave Digger's Pub) for a quick bite. Toasted tuna melt for Ryan and Roasted aubergine, cherry tomato and parmesan risotto for me, it was quite delicious and the staff had awesome thick Irish accents. We took the 2:30 walking cemetery tour which taught us how little we know about Irish history...apparently a lot of people were hanged. ...
... Westmoreland Street to the east and Fishamble Street to the west. It probably got its name from the Temple family, who lived in the area in the 17th century; Sir William Temple, provost of Trinity College Dublin in 1609, had his house and gardens there. However it got its name, the earliest historical reference to the name Temple ...
Today is the reason why I am in Dublin now. Today, I have waited for for a very long time. Because when I was 4, I saw a VCR of Irish dancers in green velvet costumes that had coloured material on the inside. It was what made me start tap dancing. The music stayed with me for 17 years. And now, finally 17 years after seeing it on VCR, I was going to see it live. Riverdance. And I don't think I could be more excited if I tried! I went back to the ...
... dark chocolate at a little shop. The cliffs of moher are an incredible experience. Perfect sunny day to see the cliffs, waves and even the birds that nest in the rock. Hundreds of meters up we walked on gravel and earth paths just a foot from the edge. We had a fantastic time, took some pretty cool pictures, and definitely got a work out. Visited the little cliffs on the way back, they were ...