Dublin Airport

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  • Day4

    After a day trip and coastal sea walk in Howth we escaped into the pubs of Dublin yesterday to escape a few showers. We listened to live traditional Irish music while quaffing a dark brown Guinness and tucking into flavorful Irish stew. Graham McLaren from Scotland has been our convivial companion these past 2 days. But we now say farewell to Graham and the Emerald Isle ... we sleep in St Jean Pied de Port tonight. The Camino begins tomorrow.Read more

  • Day58

    12th September 2017.
    Today we are cruising back towards Dublin. Going to visitTipperary. (That song.....It's a long way to Tipperary it's a long way to go). Fine in the morning then rained the rest of the day. Poor Ainsley did all the driving....very stressful but she handled it well. Thank goodness for Tom Tom. Then I stuffed up the accommodation for the night. I thought I had booked a hotel in Ashbourne in Ireland but I had booked it in Ashbourne in the UK. What a nightmare when we got there. Raining ,getting late and no accommodation in Dublin or around it as there was the Red Chili concert on and Google conference and Ryan Air was on Strike! Managed to find a room in one hotel for John and Ainsley 30 minutes from the airport and we stayed at another hotel. So finally settled about 9pm had a quick feed and into bed as we had to be up at 3.30am to return the rental and get to the airport by 5am!
    So far it's rained every day in Ireland and all day on our last day. Not in a rush to come back here!
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  • Day37

    Today we are heading to the airport hotel - to make an early getaway tomorrow. First I have to front the B&B owners with the news that I have broken one of their fine bone china cups - they took it well. Woke up with a sore throat - don't want to be sick for the rest of my holidays...

    Our first stop was Westport. I had wanted to stay here but all the rooms were booked or too expensive. We called into the famous Wyatt Hotel, Mary had a local G&T and I had a red breast - had to have one before we left Ireland. Mary suggested we should have one last cup tea, so we called into a tiny Tea Room. The owner, Andrew Irvine was very interesting - apart from serving tea, he developed smart phone apps. His most famous is the Drive Safe app, which automatically turns the ringer off on your devices when you are driving - it is used world wide and he provides it for free!! A very keen young man.

    Andrew suggested we take the scenic route to Galway - what a good idea. The roads were great for driving at the start, but then became a little skinny - Mary had her foot through the firewall and a firm grip on her seat - all muscles tight! After a while we where in mountain and lake country - a most unbelievable part of the world. it reminded us a lot of Scotland.

    When we get home we will have to do some research on the areas of Connemara, Joyces Country and Lar Connaght.

    Traffic was hopeless through Galway - took about 1.5 hours, so we arrived at our hotel at nearly 8pm - a long day.

    Tomorrow up early and on the plane to Venice via Amsterdam.

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  • Day2

    Killing time, 2 hours wait for a bus, decent lasagne and chips and bottle of wine

    The one mural on the wall in this area of the restaurant references st John's (the first stop of my round the world trip)...gotta be a good omen

  • Day1

    Writing a few days after our visit. Trip to Dublin out of Birmingham on Ryanair was unremarkable as was the transfer to the hotel. Highlights of Dublin were Guinness tour, Dinner at the hotel, and the poorest service in a hotel restaurant ever. Hilton airport- you can do better.

  • Day1

    Mich erwartet blauer Himmel und Sonnenschein, als ich in Dublin lande. Schnell wird klar, das Wetter ändert sich hier in kürzester Zeit komplett- und das mehrmals am Tag. Gut, challenge accepted ;)
    Mit dem Mietwagen im Linksverkehr düsen wir von Dublin Richtung Westcoast. Was für eine Landschaft! In unserem B&B in einem Dorf mit 10 Häusern angekommen, finden wir noch ein kleines uriges Seafood Restaurant, hauen uns die Bäuche mit Fish & Chips voll und fallen todmüde ins Bett.Read more

  • Day3

    Wir landeten fast pünktlich in Dublin, und sowie wir den Airport verließen, hörte es auf zu regnen - man könnte vermuten Irland mag uns ;)
    Als fahrbaren Untersatz gibt es diesmal einen 2er BMW, nach einigem Hin und Her, aber das kennen wir ja nun schon. Alles halb so wild, Killing hat super Platz, dafür ist ein Kofferraum quasi nicht vorhanden...aber wofür sind wir nur zu dritt unterwegs - so wird die Rückbank eben noch als zusätzlicher Stauraum genutzt.
    Los geht's nach Galway über Tullamore.

    Ps.: Der Frauenkoffer ist der kleinste 😜
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