Dundrum House Hotel, Golf and Leisure Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... of Iona, just off Scotland. After the island was raided by vikings, it was moved to the monastery of in Kells. Which was conveniently pre pillaged. There is only two pages on display, and its in latin so I can't tell you which passages I was looking at. The artistic work was never completed anyway so it is a very special, unfinished bible. What was more interesting to me was after seeing the book, we could go into the long room. Trinity college acts like a ...
... junk food. Well deserved after a productive and stressful day. Woke up early on Tuesday. Dragged Bronnie out of bed. Such a teenager when it comes to sleeping. But after coffee and some banging music we headed down to Saundersfoot, a small village close to Tenby for some adventure. Bilbo and Gandalf Bronnie said. I said more like the girls in sex and the city. Most people agreed with me. Beaches and the coast line along Saundersfoot are even better ...
... when we were drinking. I think this brought more attention to us….3 young people sitting on the stairs drinking from large paper bags at 3.30 in the afternoon! We had a giggle about it though. 3 rounds later, we headed back to the hostel to have a few drinks in the common room and chill out. The hostel offered nightly pub crawls which we were keen to do. Discussing it in the common room, a local overhead us and offered some intel. He told us that the pub crawls are ...
Today I went on a ferry from wales to Ireland. It was great it had 5 decks I went up to the top lots of times! It had lots of food, drinks and lots of window to look out of and to see the sea. Wen we got off dad drove us to find our hotel. Then we went to st. Stephen's green then we went to some Irish pubs, had an ice cream and had Thai for ...
... to get a feel for the old city. The narrow streets were filled with street markets and pubs, shops and restaurants, making the city feel vibrant and alive. We got back on the road and headed out to see a bit of the countryside, driving past St. Patrick's cathedral on our way out of the city. We stopped at Johnnie Fox's Pub (est. in 1798) for a pub lunch (we skipped the Guinness - too early in the day!). By the time we got there, the sun had come out ...