Kildare Street Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... side of the car). We ended up on tiny back roads that could only fit one car, and that wove through the Wicklow mountains, but that was really the best part! The first night we stayed in Clontarf Castle Hotel, it was SOOO cool, I still can't get over it. I SLEPT IN A CASTLE. We headed to Rock of Cashel, one of Ireland's 7 Wonders. It was a huge castle set high on a hill and in a cute little town. ...
... life, for a future that holds more than this. More than dirt floors and hammocks, more than bucket showers and open fires. He has seen into the future and the past- into the souls of all those he serves. His mind is set. There is more to life than this.
A child hollers "Mamita, me pegó!" Breakfast is served with a live telenovela, there is no better entertainment. Life moves on around me. I am part of this. Part of this ...
... rain will do that. Weezy bought a hand-knitted Arran sweater. I would like to have one, but they make me sweat just thinking about putting it on. John, you are now hatted. If you like it I picked it out. If not, Phil and Weezy chose it. I bought a couple of gift items. We also ahd to buy Weezy a new raincoat. She discovered yesterday that er old one leaks.
Phil had smoked salmon ...
... foreign countries except the United States or the country of origin. The paratha was also not as expected, it was a whole wheat bread and not nearly as flaky or buttery, that was a disappointment. The samosas were good though.
Tomorrow we are planning to see Trinity College with the Book of Kells, the Guinness brewery, and perhaps that National Archaeological Museum where they supposedly have some bog mummies. I am excited to see bog mummies.
... at Subway for lunch then headed back to the hotel. We decided yesterday to do the sail and rail to London so we headed to the ferry port around 1300. We took a cab to the port, much easier then trying to navigate the buses. The cab was so worth it, only €14.70 and it drops you off at the door. Buses together would have been €12 and we would have likely gotten lost. The ferry was suppose to leave at 1430 but has been delayed. The ...