West County Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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After a good nights sleep in this most bombed hotel ( Europa) in Belfast it was time for the usual shower,breakfast, bags out & departure at 8.30 am for the Republic of Ireland's capital Dublin. As we were travelling via the motorway the small villages were bypassed so not too many photos were taken of the surrounding countryside. A lunch break & walk around with ...
... té encore mieux que prévue!
L'autre endroit que j'ai vraiment aimé est le Trinity College. D'abord c'est une université en opération, ce qui veut dire que le tour se fait au milieu d'étudiants vaquants à leurs occupations. Les bâtiments sont en eux-même intéressants, mais c'est leur contenu qui vaut le détour: dans l'ordre, le Book of Kells, la grande bibliothèque et la harpe de Brian Boru!
Le Book of Kells est une Bible superbement enluminée du IXème ou ...
... The pitch at Leinster is also used for horse shows. So sometimes they will play a match, then turn it into a horse ground only to turn it back into a playable rugby pitch within weeks of each other. Our last stop was my favorite. We toured Aviva Stadium. Aviva is the newest stadium in Ireland as it opened in 2010. They used concrete from the old building in Aviva, and built one side really short so that the sun can hit the neighboring homes and not ...
... cacophony of quiquiriquí all around me, protests of the lives unlived and those about to be cut short for the next customer's dinner. Those that survive the slaughter will go on to fight, fight to the death- Semana Santa brings more than religious ceremony. Don Pablo is infamous, his cock fights are a yearly ritual no betting man worth his money would miss. A man's world, not a woman in sight. Blood, shrill noises, blades, injustice ...
So being a bit slack keeping up to date. Alrighty, let me enlighten you. We left York in the UK and headed back to London, from there we got the bus at 6.00pm on saturday the 23rd to Dublin. What a long and **** journey. We got off the bus and ferried across the Irish sea to arrive in Dublin at 6.30am. We left our bags at the hostel and decided we had to do something with the day even though we were buggered. So we did at free walking tour around the city which left from ...