West County Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... ve been noticing the theme here, O'Brien's tower, O'Brien's Bridge, O'Brien's Cafe. We basically tried to see as much as we can with O'Brien in it, since that is Shannen's last name).
The last thing we saw before leaving was the Dublin Spire, a giant monument almost 400 feet in length! I took a picture worth checking out in this blog post that looks like it is actually going all the way up through the clouds!
We boarded our plane as the sun was ...
... left to my own devices. Arguably, we’ve gotten more response to those two than anything else. Remember Norma is on Face book and that’s where she posts. If you are interested in getting on Facebook with her, she posts much shorter and more frequently that I do. If you want to get on with her just send her a friend request.
Tricia Gleason: “How do you remember all those facts and dates.” The facts I remember because that’s all I ...
... and once again met Molly, the pub dog. We first met her in 2006. She is still a tart, favouring the men, particularly those with bacon sandwiches.
We both tried a glass of new light ale. Written on the glass was
Irish Family Brewers
... definitely here I have no doubt that my ears were massaged all
the time by the sound that Ireland echoes through every street, corners, pubs,
the buskers playing my beloved classic rock along the beautiful Grafton Street,
and all the little streets of Temple Bar. Everywhere you can hear traditional
Irish songs refer you to the time of Vikings within those centenarians PUB as
the Brazen Head, everyone starts clapping and dancing to the music. Even the
... schedule as it's a rather pristine site that would be ruined by a large influx of people. It was a beautiful and interesting place and easy to see and feel how the place gained it's reputation as a faerie glen - and you'll note the spelling of faerie, not fairy. This is not the kind of glen that the good kind fairy godmother fairies frequent, but the Scottish kind. The kind how can be tricksy when the mood takes them. We then headed onto our home for the evening ...