Dundrum House Hotel, Golf and Leisure Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... probably the most beautiful thing I've ever seen. I literally went weak in the knees and a,most started crying. Any doubt about London was instantly erased from my mind. Once we got close the feeling just intensified. The London eye was also amazing. Lit up in red, it reflected beautifully against the river Thames. After these breathtaking views we went back to the hotel to get some shut eye.. Which didn't happen soon. We decided to ...
... The pitch at Leinster is also used for horse shows. So sometimes they will play a match, then turn it into a horse ground only to turn it back into a playable rugby pitch within weeks of each other. Our last stop was my favorite. We toured Aviva Stadium. Aviva is the newest stadium in Ireland as it opened in 2010. They used concrete from the old building in Aviva, and built one side really short so that the sun can hit the neighboring homes and not ...
We finally got to sleep in this morning because the bus did not leave until 10am this morning. today we got to go to a GAA sports club called Na Fianna. Na Fianna is one of the largest clubs in Dublin with more than 2,000 members. The chairmen of the clubs talked to us about the club and the price for the membership. Memberships here for athlete is 150 euros for students where for adults it is 130 euros. Then ...
... and death due to the Black Plague, political upheaval, and religious ostracism. Through Gaelic sports, the GAA has continued to inspire pride in the Irish culture. After grabbing lunch at a cute upper level hole in the wall sandwich shop, we continued our first day with a two hour guided tour of the city. We visited parks, statues, monuments, Trinity College and even the old parliament on our walking tour, providing me with lots of opportunities to take ...
Arrived in Dublin in the early am and was able to check into the Albany House right away. Although the beds looked mighty inviting we vowed to stay up all day to get our bodies adjusted to this time zone. Wearily we set off to explore the city. We hopped ...