Kildare Street Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... My first flight went pretty well except for getting less than two hours of sleep and also my ear hurting from the pressure change. The landing was great. I was expecting a little bouncing but the pilot did a very good job at landing smoothly. It took a little time getting through customs but after that it was ...
... tweeds for a weaving/spinning demonstration and of course shopping. Continued on back to Donegal for a quick lunch in a pub and the toured Donegal Castle (built on the 1500s). It started raining, but it didn't deter our activities. At 4:30, we were back at the hotel to enjoy the pool and get some exercise. Dinner was in the hotel, Debbie had cod fillet and I had a Brie & roasted pepper tartlet, both were good. A group of us walked into town to The Reel Inn to listen to ...
Goodbye London and hello Dublin, minus my luggage. Dublin is greener than green, even for partially color blind Nate. We were right at home with our Irish roots. Kelly even had the locals coming over to chat it up. Pretty much spent the entire afternoon and evening pub hopping and enjoying the live music. Made friends from Dublin, Brasil, Denmark, Newfoundland and Germany. An unforgettable ...
... so we decided to search around the airport and found a very cool and yummy chocolate shop. We both had very good chocolate croissants and Steve had a Cafe Americano while I had a Caramel Hot Chocolate. My back feels like a pretzel right now all full of knots.
Another interesting thing was that we did not go through customs here. We ...
... had coffee/juice (Dad had a Wildberry Smoothie since it seemed to be the closet thing to a milkshake!) and a small breakfast.
We then started our day of sightseeing by heading to Kilmainham Gaol, an Irish prison dating to 1796. We had a private tour of the prison with our guide, Michael. He seemed to have a real passion for his job and brought his stories to life. From this prison, many were transported to Australia, and those who were hung, ...