Check rates and availability for this b&b
Find the best prices for Donnybrook Lodge from our 2 partners. Show all partners
Travel Blogs from Dublin
At 11 pm we were allowed to board our ferry named "Hibernia"and for four pound 25p each we got very comfortable second class seats. At 3:15 am we departed for the 3.5 hour trip to Dunleary, the port of Dublin. Arriving at 7 am and without much sleep we were stuffed but still had a 12 km train trip north to Dublin. We found …
... were, we ended up walking past the besicktas stadium who had a game on that night.
found our way back up to the square aftger steve made friends with a local. tracy managed to nearly get himself stabbed by grabbing the guys ass at a traffic light.
went to a few bars, i was feeling a little ropey and conscious of my heart, so took it easy and went back early enoguh with fran.
the lads stayed out till around three or four i think.
tourstiy day was to follow tomorrow.
... s plight, do you feel that through your time here in Dublin you may find that exposure?
York: If your are asking whether or not I think the Irish will respond well to my style of writing, I don't know. At the beginning and at the end of everyday, I'm American. I write from a uniquely American perspective. And lucky for me the largest market in the world is America. So while I may have a less than broad global appeal, ...
... the Viking and Celtic tribes here. Many were inscribed on skins and bound so as to be easily transportable.
We weren't allowed to take pictures of the books, to assist in their preservation. However, I do have a pamphlet that I will take pictures of and upload soon.
Our second stop was at the National Wax Museum. I had never been to a wax museum before and it was quite remarkable. An odd feeling is when ...
... guided yourself through the brewing process by reading the signs on the walls. There was 6 stories of "tour". That lead you to the rooftop bar that showed you 360 panoramic views of Dublin. Also another note, it was poring rain on wed. I guess the weather here is always cloudy and rainy. The locals always talk about the weather and then apologize to you on how bad it is when they find out you are from out ...