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, Croke Park, Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) Museum, and Casino Marino.
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      A travel blog entry by ebthor on Oct 02, 2014

      11 comments, 40 photos

      ... built in Belfast -, it was in good shape when it left here'. It stopped in several ports before arriving in Southhampton where it was loaded for it's maiden voyage to NY. Then stopped at Downpatrick for lunch and film at St. Patrick's Center. Finally arrived at our hotel Cabra Castle in King's Court. Our rooms are in old part of hotel built in 1699 home of ghost Sara; she didn't make an appearance for us. The hotel is listed by Trip Advisor as the second most haunted hotel in ...

      Heading back to Dublin

      A travel blog entry by sa.hurley on Jul 24, 2014

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      ... road. Once past Galway you are on a Tollway for three hours back to Dublin, speed limit 120 km. Once home and the car unpacked, Michelle wanted to take me to meet her sister-in-law and closest friend Trish. All of Noel's family are golf mad, everyone plays. Trish's daughter, Tara, is Juvenile lady captain. Caitlin has been learning since five and now at seven plays five holes. It was funny to be sitting with two women hearing them talk ...

      A pint of highlights in the U.K and Ireland

      A travel blog entry by amy_h on Jul 17, 2014

      20 photos

      ... surreal moment was visiting the national mine museum in Wakefield and going down a 130m coal mine. A true Yorkshire man who worked in the mines took us down and explained how men would work in the pitch black with only just enough room to lie down. To then find out children as young as four were sent down to work with their parents and spend 12hrs a day in a dirty, dark mine where rats scurried throughout the floor was hard believe. It sure makes you realise how little we ...

      All day in Dublin!

      A travel blog entry by calo4 on Jul 14, 2014

      1 comment, 31 photos

      ... frog legs as well. We all sampled the frog legs, except for Dad, who didn't have any interest in trying them. As we finished dinner and stepped back outside, the rain had stopped and the skies were blue!

      The last stop for the evening was O'Donahue's Pub for some traditional Irish music! This pub was recommended to us by a cab driver earlier in the day and it turned out to be a great recommendation! We arrived around 9 p.m. and the music was ...

      North to South

      A travel blog entry by tanyaboyer on May 17, 2014

      9 photos

      ... signs in English and Irish. North no signs with Irish language. I'm sure there will be more as we start to explore the south tomorrow so I will keep you up to date. What happen today, what you have really been waiting for. Checked out of the Fitzwilliam hotel, which had outstanding service and will get a great review on Expedia in the coming days. We headed north in our Golf VW to go and see the 'Giants Causeway'. We take the coast road which is about a 2 hour drive north Belfast. ...