Phoenix Park Hotel
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... quite what I hear at St Peter's or St Vincent's Wandal. The church is filled with monuments, statues, book shop, shrines, memorabilia etc. Living Stones, the Cathedral's permanent exhibition, celebrates the Cathedral's place in the life of the city and its role in a fast changing world. It emphasises that the Cathedral is not a museum but a building embracing the past to herald the future . . . I remain unconvinced!
... spots we've visited here, just blew me away. Not too far away from the cliffs was the Burren, a rocky landscape overlooking the ocean. We had a photo stop and I got a photo taken right near the edge. I was terrified, not one for heights, but it was worth it for the great views. We then headed to Galway to explore for a couple of hours. We had a pub meal for lunch and then looked around the city for awhile. ...
... extra set of clothes in your carry on bag....but we had forgotten to do so this time.
Oh well, we had just arrived in Ireland. The luck of the Irish had to be coming soon. Our situation didn't get us down at all! We had already lost 24 hours of vacation time in Ireland and we weren't going to lose anymore. We caught a cab to Staycity Apartments on St Augustine street. The people at the front desk were very friendly. As a matter ...
... for the pelting rain.
Gggrrrrr ... holidaying when it's raining ..... so what to do? There IS only one thing left to do and that's hit Temple Bar in search of a great pub dinner. Not sure where we ended up, but the band was doing Cold Play covers, the rain was coming down outside, we had great food, great beer nd excellent service - so we just sat back, relaxed and enjoyed our last night Ireland.
... class Murphy's ice cream parlor gives us unlimited free samples. When I tell her that the little wooden sample spoons would make a good weapon, like ninja stars, she starts whipping them at us until we are deep in guerrilla warfare, sweeping the floor for weapons behind the swinging love seat.
At Irish dancing, a new friend encourages us Americans to attend the Trinity Ball. At Greek folk dancing class this past Friday, Helena tells me about an Italian ...