Flyover Bed and Breakfast

Address: 223 Swords Road, Dublin, County Dublin, 9, Ireland | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 223 Swords Road, Dublin, is near National Botanic Gardens, Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) Museum, Croke Park, and Casino Marino.
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    Travel Blogs from Dublin

    Pubs, Grub and Pints

    A travel blog entry by damhennessey on Jun 02, 2015

    9 photos

    ... ring of Kerry") was an Irish "stand off" that Mike had to break up when 2 oncoming cars refused to give way to each other on a notoriously narrow cliff road. Traffic was building and came to a stop, so out goes Mike to the rescue. After 10 minutes of staunch negotiations, he managed to convince the drivers to manouver back and forth to free the gridlock of traffic that had built up.

    As keen foodies, we'll be ticking off as ...

    Arrival & Guinness Brewery

    A travel blog entry by abaker5 on May 07, 2015

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... past it to explore a little more before doubling back (very tempted to write "Dublin back"). After a quick verbal confirmation we were above 18, we bought our tickets and headed into the 6 floor self guided tour which felt more like a museum than any brewery tour we've been on. It included both the modern production techniques used as well as the historic development. On the 4th floor, the real fun started with a tasting experience where ...

    Simon Coleman

    A travel blog entry by ess311 on Jan 07, 2015

    1 photo

    We spent the day at UCD and had lectures about various Irish sport, culture, technology and social media. I loved learning about the history of the troubles, Catholics vs. Protestants, and Northern Ireland. I did a paper in high school about the troubles and was extremely happy to learn more. It is so fascinating to learn how the government is so envoy end in ...

    Day 20: Cork to Dublin

    A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Sep 10, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... watching the rolling hills give way to the ocean ahead. We stopped at The Burren, which is described as being almost lunar like given all the rocks dotting the landscape. Except it was right on the ocean. Unless I'm very much mistaken, I'm pretty sure there still hasn't been water found on the moon. But it was still quite spectacular, with rocks giving way to little cliffs and the bluest of blue ocean stretching into the distance. It also gave me an opportunity to ...

    Dublin/Nenaugh/Terryglass adventures

    A travel blog entry by jrklein3 on Aug 09, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... He was a hackney. The hackney took us to Terryklass village via a lane, not a road. A lane has 2 way traffic, no shoulders. It is enclosed within high hedges. the road has blind entrances and is long and winding. Oh, and everyone drives way too fast and on the left side of the road. Play: We three walked into Paddy's Pub ( think stereotype once again) and enquired after the Ashgrove House now owned by the Tierney's. The woman ...