Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... for directions to find the mall and stores. What we didn't anticipate for today was how sore we would be from playing the Gaelic games the day before (and the dancing at the night club). Walking around Dublin loaded down with shopping bags was not the most pleasant experience, but we toughed it out in the name of fashion. We ...
Had a great day. Zach, Simon, chase, James, and I took the Louis and went to the shopping area. We were all looking for some souvenirs and getting a chance to see more of the town. After walking around I found the official jersey of Ireland's rugby team and it was a must purchase. We walked around for a while looking for the Temple Bar and we walked down a random alley and came out to find ...
... circumstances someone is allowed to do that. Meh, they're probably all in latin anyway. To finish off the day I went to the Jameson distillery. Whiskey is much more my style. The only problem, I got there just before four, and on a rainy day all the tourists were heading indoors. The queue was huge and I couldn't get into a tour until 5.30. Once I had my ticket I had hour to kill. There was nothing else to do but sit in the bar and drink whiskey until the tour ...
... Why 12 holes? cause that's all they can get in before dark. Tee off was 5 pm but it wasn't dark till about 10.30? Noel came home laughing saying they were "slagging off" at Stuart. He was asked what his handicap is and he told them 29. Noel's brother Ray taps both Stuart's legs with golf clubs and asks him if they are "wooden". Noel's brothers are all on single handicaps. Stuart said he had a great ...
... Trinity’s library presents an outstanding exhibit that explains the amazing care that went into transcribing the monk-written manuscripts of the Gospels. These scriptures, written on the island of Iona in Scotland, were written on vellum (calfskin) in the late eighth century. After several Viking raids the manuscripts were removed from Scotland and taken to the Irish monastery at Kells in A.D. 806. The Book of ...