Uppercross House Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the debate hall where Oscar Wilde debated during his time as a student at the college. We also got to see the oldest building on campus which is one of the few dorms on the campus. One of the unique things about this building is that the bathrooms can only be accessed from the outside of the building. We did not get to go into any buildings because the school was closed for a long weekend. But! The old library was open and we got to go in and see the long hallway and the book of kells! ...
... the morning...
We drove through part of the Wicklow Mountains on the way to Dublin, stopping at a point called Wicklow Gap. From there we stopped for lunch where I had a big bowl of french onion soup with goat cheese. You can tell that I live in Wisconsin for my love of cheese!
We stopped at the Glendalough Monastic settlement at the mouth of the Glendalough Valley in the mountains. There was an old stone monastery and high round ...
... sort of pasta that I have ever had before. Maybe it was not "pasta' as they pronounced it "Paysta" and it did sort of taste like paste.
Anyway another 3 hours before our flight to Edinburgh. I believe our plane is so small they are going to call us up by name instead of rows. This should be another cool journey!!
Talk to you later;
... After I've now been travelling for two months there are a few things you start to get used to being a Kiwi traveller around Europe. 1. People will always guess you're Australian, even other Australian or Kiwi travellers! (Probably because Kiwis can't believe they would be so lucky to bump into another New Zealander on the other side of the world, and Aussies will be Aussies always want to claim us as their own). 2. Learning to understand a wide range of accents becomes ...
... to the Border/Customs agent at the airport, he asked where we would be staying and we told him The Westbury. His response was - "nice, that's a 'sassy' hotel." It is actually a very nice hotel and from the moment we arrived, everyone has been extremely nice and helpful from the bell hops, to the receptionists, to the concierges. We sat and enjoyed a coffee while we waited for a room to be ready for us. We were able to get into one room and drop all of the luggage ...