Clifden Guesthouse

Address: 32 Gardiner Place, Dublin, County Dublin, 1, Ireland | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Northside area of Dublin, is near The Long Hall, James Joyce Cultural Centre, Cobalt Cafe and Gallery, and Parnell Square.
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    Travel Blogs from Dublin

    Dublin - National Museums of Ireland

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Aug 03, 2015

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    ... 8217;t know, though, that Ireland afterwards went through a brief Civil War between those who supported and opposed (because they thought it made too many concessions to Britain, including partition) the independence agreement, which actually resulted in greater bloodshed than the independence fight itself. I thought everyone was just overjoyed to be Irish and independent and would have all gone to the pub together.

    The third and arguably ...

    Dublin

    A travel blog entry by chintz on Jun 13, 2015

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    ... running of the stud and is responsible for its administration. Americain, a former Melbourne Cup winner, has been retired to a very nice paddock and is being well looked after. All the retired horses have their own paddocks in beautiful surroundings.

    The Japanes Gardens at the Stud are immaculately kept and very peaceful to wander through.

    On arriving at the Guinness Storehouse, I head ...

    Full circle to Dublin again

    A travel blog entry by woodsies on Apr 24, 2015

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    ... spread to Ireland in the 400's. The monastery there was raided by the Vikings in the ninth century (very destructive, those Vikings) who were after the valuables kept there, like silver. It is called today "the city of saints and scholars" as it has a strong educational tradition.

    So I proceeded to direct us through the narrow winding streets lined with ancient rows of houses and jammed with cars trying to go both ways ...

    Loads of Craic- Week 1

    A travel blog entry by shannon.dirrane on Jan 12, 2015

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    ... relaxing day where I unpacked and organized everything. We had lunch in the cafe on campus (which they call the restaurant here) with Liz (Julia's roomie) and her friend from home Lauren. i quickly realized saying yes to chips meant saying yes to french fries. That day we also went on a tour of campus and got notebooks for our classes!

    First week was crazy busy, but crazy fun! Can't believe it's already over!


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    Ghosts and Tombs

    A travel blog entry by will.kruss on Dec 13, 2014

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    We travelled from our base in Ireland to Northern Ireland. It was a bitterly cold day, the coldest since my time here, the car was covered in ice. Our first stop was Brú na Bóinne which is a 5000 year tomb created by stone age people. It was interesting, albeit we were surprised by the tour guide who tells us stone-age people didn’t have the wheel or horses, and that they may have used rolling logs to push the huge stone monoliths ...