Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... artifacts related to the history of Irish taxation. 4. The Chester Beatty Library is not a typical library. It's a world renowned museum hosting collections of art. Among the hundreds of prized artifacts, I found original copies of each of the four Gospels, written in Renaissance style. Even a small piece from St. John's Gospel, ripped from the original book was on display. The whole building was quant and peacefully beautiful. 5. Don't sit down! You'll fall asleep ...
... from the British! Some of the sights we saw on the walking tour were the Dublin castle (of which only a tower remains of the original today, not because of war, but because the castle had a bad habit of burning down), a church which has been a whisky distillery and a brothel in it's history, trinity college, parliament buildings and the temple bar district. The temple bar district is a famous area of Dublin where there are a lot of pubs and clubs. It is ...
... why I had visited Syria. Thankfully my explanation seemed to suffice and I passed on witbout any further comment.
I collected my backpack as arranged and walked through the 'nothing to declare' area before re-checking it back for the second flight of the day. By this stage it was around 5.30pm and although I knew a meal was due to be served on the flight, I went to a Chinese food outlet and bought a simple chicken fried ...
Today was finally a free day! Some people decided to go the cliffs to see the coast but I decided to check out the shopping scene of Dublin! It was wonderful. I got all my gifts for my family and friends. We went to a H&M that was about 6 stories high and had everything that you could ever want. It was a little ...
... so far. And that
several have become friends, not as in Facebook Friends. My last host in
Ireland, Helen, is a very cool woman, and she is a very good reason to return
and finish my exploration of the island.
I also got to know her friend, Angela, who generously took a day
to drive me to wild and woolly Glendaloch.
Angela fits this landscape well, perhaps without the woolly part. A glacial valley
in County Wicklow, Ireland, it is renowned ...