Travelodge Dublin City Centre, Stephens Green Hotel
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... every 15 min or so. The hostel I stayed at is a cute one with many options on (even free) tours and offers many tips and maps. Only problem: no private, free shelves in the room where you could lock your valuables... So I ended the day with a short walking and buying some souvenirs and then meeting people from all around the world at a pub crawl which was a lot of fun! After getting some hours of sleep ...
... with the bustling street outside its gates. We were at the famous Merrion Square in the heart of this Georgian capital. We saw the National Gallery of Ireland wherein hang fine works of art by El Greco, Goya, Gainsborough among others. We passed the Huguenot Cemetery and saw St. Stephen’s Green. This open space consists of 22 acres of beautifully laid out and manicured parkland. It was mentioned to be a much-loved back yard to all Dubliners. We ...
... leveraged that off the tech boom and their resilience. Maybe there is a learning for the Greeks! Many Irish we speak to are of the view that the Irish embraced austerity got their heads down and worked out of the aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis and now the Greeks are trying to get a freebie. There is universal acknowledgement with the fact that the Greeks do not pay enough tax (most ...
... home after some Absinthe and whiskey shena****ns, would commonly have difficulty finding his home among all of the identical ones in his area. As a a quick fix for his dilemma, he and his drinking mate decided to paint their doors bright extravagant colors, one red and the other blue so that they could easily identify their front door after a late night absinthe binge... I thought that it was a pretty cool quirk Anywho, the city trip took us around and showed us all ...
... but we decided to go in a hole in the wall place called Flanagan's. I got a chicken burger and and mashed potatoes. To finish off our trip in Ireland, we went to Carroll's, which is a huge tourist shop where you can get any gift you ever wanted! We made it to the airport in perfect time, but British Airways seems to always be late. We ended up falling asleep on the hour plane ride and hour tube ride home. It was an exhausting ...