Uppercross House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it was too foggy to actually see their magnitude. We then went to another set of cliffs, which were slightly less impressive, but still beautifully breathtaking. After hiking around there we got to get lunch at a random Irish pub in one of those small towns, where I had the most delicious salmon and potatoes I have ever tasted. Then, we made a quick stop in Galway (the city The Notebook was filmed in) to see the coast and get some ...
... my first visit to this city. We stopped for lunch in the busy shopping area just north of the hotel at a place called Bewley's. We got to sit upstairs, where it was slightly quieter, but you could still hear the street musicians outside the cafe playing. They were quite talented.
After lunch, we waked through the temple bar district on the way to the old Jameson's distillery. The distillery was crowded and the next two tours were almost full, so ...
... embassy, a large circular building that our taxi driver told us was the ugliest building in Dublin! It certainly isn't in the Georgian style.
Our first day in Dublin we toured Trinity College and saw the Book of Kells. A very nice young man named David took us on a tour of the campus. He's an English major, and we chatted a while. I was impressed with his bearing and speaking skills. We walked around the city ...
... what any normal person would do when first entering Ireland at 11 30 pm. We go to an American style Diner "Johnny Rockets" and get ourselves some traditional American food….. I know we suck.
After that we ended up heading back into our hotel room where we meet the soon to become unforgettable bed bunk neighbor who for reasons ill later describe we have dubbed her “Crazy Brazillian”. This woman just stares at us as we unpack our gear and set ...
... to get breakfast. But we could stop by this convenience store and get something to eat before the tour. By this time, it was getting into the evening and although not late, we were all exhausted from the long flight. But before we made our way back to the hotel, we made a detour to Dublin Castle. The inside was closed for the evening, but we walked around the outside and I got some pictures of the beautiful buildings. Heading into ...