West County Hotel
Travel Blogs from Dublin
... The bus was great for a bit of local info as we toured around though not so great when the driver of the double decker bus pretended he'd had some Guinness and swerved from side to side all the way down a narrow street! The Guinness factory was great with a few changes since my last visit. We got to try some Guinness matched with seafood on Guinness bread and then with Guinness chocolate moose. And of course we had a pint of Guinness ...
... stuff by the counter and talked to the lady. It took us a whole to sort out how much I was to pay but I junk we got the right amount. The thing is I couldn't have my bed until 2 so I sat and lay on the couch and went on the computer for a few hours. Was still feeling upset and very tired.
Then I saw the collection for the walking tours so I asked him to wait and put my bags behind the counter and went with him. ...
... our family, a healthy pride for our heritage has definitely been nurtured. So let me stop babbling about my philosophy on my ethnicity and just talk story about my trip here so far. It's going awesome!
So I got into Dublin yesterday, very early in the morning, and when I ventured out into the airport after landing, the first thing I noticed was the fact that I arrived at the perfect time to see one of ...
... tonight, so good thing we did go out. Felix has also been pitching me titles for this entry, this the actual title. Some of his "great ideas" were "Irish We Could Stay Here Longer" and "Beers, Tears & Cheers". Some real winners there, buddy. Today we plan on visiting the Guinness factory and maybe walk around some more. Dublin is quite small, and it's easy to get around. Next weeks entry will be from the road, and if my calculations are correct it'll be from Paris. So until then, au ...
... animals, this irony was not lost on me given the Kooyong based school the carries his name educated the likes of the Scott Brothers, Steven Powell and one other bloke who's name escapes me just at the moment. Our final day in Ireland was spent in Northern Ireland or Belfast to be more specific and a more sobering experience you will be hard pressed to find. Our day started with a tour of the " The Troubled Areas" both sides of the fence. And yes the fence ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking