Bellgrove B&B

302 Howth Road, Dublin, County Dublin, 5, Ireland | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located in the Clontarf area of Dublin, is near Casino Marino, St. Anne's Park, Dublin, Royal Dublin Golf Club, and Harry Byrnes.
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    Travel Blogs from Dublin

    Day 20 - Wrexham to Dublin Ireland

    A travel blog entry by ttdaniel on Sep 07, 2014

    ... any stamps for the passport. The ferry is the largest passenger ferry in the world. It is the size of a cruise ship. All the buses/cars/bikes drive on and park. Then everyone walked the stairs/used the elevators to the upper decks to either go to restaurants, cafes, bars, cinemas, gambling machines or shopping arcade (that's all that I saw on level 7 - we didn't explore any other decks).

    Toby was ...

    Final Dublin Days

    A travel blog entry by kendra.towns on Aug 13, 2014

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    ... I thought I would just walk around for a little while before heading over. I hadn't really explored much of Dublin yet. I wandered all around and then got some lunch where I got the map out and started to plan my route. I then set off and walked for a good half hour. At one point I started to cross a bridge and I thought mmmmm I don't remember having to cross a bridge on my route. I pulled out the map and realized I had walked the wrong direction and ended up almost off ...

    Fairies and the Roots of Irish Music

    A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Jul 13, 2014

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    The port in Dublin, Ireland is very industrial and full of
    shipping containers (some of them labeled Costco) and cranes. Because of this,
    the port was hazardous to walk around in and easy to get lost in so SAS
    arranged for a shuttle bus to take us to the city center every half hour all
    day, every day while we were there. The bus would drop us off in front of a
    bank along the Liffey River. There were lots of banks in that area. On my first
    day, I planned on going to ...

    Day 2: More Than One Direction

    A travel blog entry by basketmakeramy on May 24, 2014

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    ... we weren't too disappointed. Since we had time to kill, we decided to walk along the river. We walked. And walked. And walked. Not much happening along the river between Church Street and O'Connell Street. We bought our Ordnance Survey Map book for our big adventure tomorrow on the roads and I bought some black tights to wear under my dress (too cold here to wear without hose). On our way back down O'Connell Street, we were going against the direction of the ...

    Luck of the Irish

    A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Mar 15, 2014

    9 photos

    ... and watch them check out any female was walked past the window outside.

    After a little bit of time we decided we would move out to either another bar or somewhere to eat. We thought for sure the crowds would be dying down, boy were we wrong. It was almost as if it was picking up! We started looking for a place that had a table to grab dinner. Luckily for us, we stumbled across a Lebanese restaurant which had several tables open. We were seated ...