Kildare Street Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was really good. Afterwards we walked to Grafton St. and poked around before me and Jess split from the boys for a few hours. We just shopped and stopped in for some Wifi before meeting up with the boys and running back to the ship for dinner. We stayed in that night because everyone was exhausted but we watched a movie with the whole family (+this one rando girl nobody is a huge fan of). I wrote out a billion postcards and everyone made their plans for the ...
... of that era.
After a morning cup of tea, we hit the pavement to walk off an eight hour flight and to get our bearings around this ancient city. With a good pair of walking shoes, this town is an easy hike physically. But it is like London, a disorganized mess. Coming from our orderly Salt Lake life, it is hard to get used to streets changing names every block ...
... than the common cold. After a little pep talk (reminder how I battled on in Edinburgh instead of staying in bed) we had breakfast and then joined the city tour.
Dublin is not an old looking medieval town. It's modern looking in some parts and you could think you were in any major city. After our city tour we had the remainder of the day to do our own thing. So Toby & I went shopping...because that would help Toby's head cold. Toby ...
... ask her family for a suggestion. My cousin Joe (who is 13) did a tour of Dublin, on water and on land, with a company called Viking Splash. There are some photos of us on Viking Splash at the bottom of this page. With Viking Splash, you sit in a bus and drive around town, and then stop at a little dock, which is only for Viking Splash. Here, the bus turns into a boat. Some people who work there put floats on the boat, and pass up life jackets, then ...
... number of other tourists and a tour bus or two along our way in The Burren, It is a place where, if you stand completely sill, you will hear no sound at all - extremely quiet. After a couple of stops to see some of the ancient sites, we got back on the road and headed for Trim Castle.
The drive to Trim Castle was a bit longer than our other drives and before visiting the castle, we stopped and had lunch in a castle! It was a recommendation from a few guys in a local ...