Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... at a gas station named 'Barack Obama Plaza' which we all thought was amusing. We stopped at St Muchin Cathedral and took some pictures before finally getting to the cliffs. It was extremely windy at the cliffs. Poor little Sofia nearly blew away! All of our hair kept whipping us in the face when we tried to take pictures but we managed to get some good ones anyway. I really wanted to see a puffin while there but I never saw one. I got s picture with a picture of one though. ...
Free day Today we had the opportunity to explore the city of Dublin. To allow easy transportation around the city, we were given passes for the Hop on-Hop off bus tour. My day started at 9 this morning as we made our first stop at the Jameson Distillery. This attraction is just blocks from our hostel, so it was a good location to start our day. When arriving at the distillery, we noticed many icons that caught our attention. For example, right when you walk in you are standing ...
It is raining and cold in Dublin today but we are off again on the city tour this time to explore. High of 12 degrees expected. First stop Christ Church Cathedral. It is absolutely beautiful. The stained glass windows are breathtaking and downstairs is the crypt where the coffee shop is situated. From the exquisite tiles on the floor to the elaborate lecterns and baptismal font it is ...
... of Galway before checking into our hostel. We headed out that night for a farewell dinner for the americans as they were only on a 6 day tour. We all decided to skip the Viking Pub Crawl that they offered and instead chose to have Shaun take us to a few local pubs for some local music and beers. We ended up being out for a fair bit and the next morning a few people were feeling rather sorry for themselves. Our next day was spent pretty much on the bus. I spent most of that ...
... sleep in. We ate the most delicious pulled pork and gravy rolls for lunch, and spent the rest of the day wandering around the streets of Dublin, checking out markets, eating ice cream and drinking Irish coffee. It had been pretty hectic lately so it was really nice to have a day without much direction. The 4th and final day was kicked off from the chilly roof of the Apache Hostel, with a couple of long overdue Skype dates with loved ones back home. We then jumped on board with ...