West County Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... day so of course there were photographs afterwards out the front of the church. The sun might have been out but with the wind chill it was probably about 10 degrees and of course the bridesmaid dresses didn't have a built in jacket. Ahhh Irish summer! Most of the Aussie contingent huddled inside the entrance to the church out of the wind for the half hour or so that photos took before we all piled into the limo (Kev included) to head towards the reception which was to be held ...
... you then get to drink it! Which brings us to the historic moment of the day - SteveC actually had a sip of beer! I felt that I should have a sip of Guinness since I was in Dublin. I can tell you it only reaffirmed that I don't drink beer for a very good reason - the taste!
As for the other drinkers in the group, Patty won the prize, by far. She was the only one to drink a full pint of Guinness. Dad drank about 1/3 of a pint, Sue only had ...
... a couple from Canada. We explored the temple bar area, and I introduced them to Irish car bombs:) Hostels are a very good way to travel for cheap when couch surfing isn't an option. For that $15, I got two breakfasts (including coffee), wifi, luggage storage, a bed, a shower, a common room where they showed the games, and good company. And I was in walking distance to everything. I was able to see the Dublin castle, trinity college, temple bar, grafton street, ...
... culture of Ireland we headed for Cobblestone Pub. We were moved by the evocative music created by 10-12 gifted musicians who come each evening to “jam”. There is no music to read, no list of songs to be played, just talented people who love their instrument and share their music with others.
This is the first time we have ever heard the sweet tones of the Uilleann, the national bagpipes ...
... on our own to the Guinness Storehouse, but not without stopping for some delicious Fish and Chips from a whole in the wall restaurant. Needing something to wash it down, we arrived at Guinness. The building was HUGE. At least five stories tall all in the shape of a pint. Each of the floors was dedicated to a part of the distilling process, ending with, most appropriately a Sky Bar. At the end of our self guided ...