Kildare Street Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... seemed fascinating and I think it was the final. I managed 3 pints before we headed back to the B&B. We had noisy neighbours, creaky wooden floors and paper thin walls. We copped TV for a while then later someone was snoring loudly. Jenny complained about how hard the bed was but I was nursed off to sleep by 3 pints so was fine. Today I learned... Google maps is brilliant if you have already saved the destination locations. If you have the turn by turn navigation can be activated and will ...
As we felt we had seen enough of the city yesterday and the day wasn't looking too bad, we decided to backtrack a little to the Wicklow mountains area. We really wanted to see the gardens of the Powerscourt estate and were glad we made the trip. They are amazing and sprawling over many acres, having the Sugarloaf mountains as a backdrop. The first part is the Italian garden, the stunning ...
... is at least 12 weeks - that could be hard! As they want to go to Bali before her 19 week check, they will have to find out if that is ok with Ben's work before we can book it. We headed off past Trinity College and onto College Green to see that The Bank was well and truly still in business. Next door, we popped into the H&M store, also in an old bank premises, and actually found a pair of chinos in green!! Although they had button flies and were a little firm, Bill decided ...
... Rows", before heading south once again.
Crossed from England into Wales and drove along the welsh coast to the Island of Anglesey where posted on the railway station is Britain's longest word, can't spell it can't pronounce it.
We had our passports stamped to say we had entered Wales, this is not a requirement but more a tourist thing.
Then onto Holyhead Port to board the ferry "Ullyses" the largest car carrying ferry ...
... another person for directions, and was told that I had walked way too far and should catch a cab back. I then caught a cab and when the driver stopped in front of my hotel, I looked across the road and there was a building with the name Morrissey's on the front. The main reason to travel to Ireland was to see where my ancestors, the Morrissey's emigrated from.
Went walking around ...