Glenogra Guest House

64 Merrion Road, Dublin, County Dublin, 4, Ireland | 3 star b&b
Prices starting from $105.00
 

Travel Blogs from Dublin

Hunting for Stone Circles

A travel blog entry by efrohoff

7

... to try the computer's directions. We drove down small country lanes, trying in vain to find street signs; Ireland doesn't seem to feel the need to put up streets signs from what I gather. The drive was quite pleasant, beautiful grassy meadows, brightly colored wildflowers in abundance shaded by ferns, and blackberry bushes. The smells of cattle and grass fill our nostrils. We seem to go around in circles a few times. After following the computer's ...

Tidbits

A travel blog entry by focksy

2
8

... exist, and the come in a free range variety. Pigs galloping as far as the eye could see. Right next to Stonehenge actually. ;) LESSONS LEARNED: We will never do a 30 day trip again. Will keep it to two weeks or less--30 is tooo many! More expensive than we planned. We didn't live in the lap of luxury, but we also weren't pinching pennies either. Next big trip we will estimate higher so we plan a little bit better. Pack less wash more should be our motto, ...

Dublin

A travel blog entry by carole.hunter

2
8

... of fun in the shop. Luckily we were able to have our purchases packed and mailed home, all fully insured. Better than us stressing about it. Then off for the final stop at Dublin. We never seem to plan this well as we arrive at all these destinations right at peak hour and most have been in busy towns, or in this case, city. Never mind Narelle and Betty did a sterling job as usual. We have two nights here before we catch the ferry back to ...

Into Thin Éire

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999

9

... dinner.

My first stop was Trinity College and the Book of Kells. The campus this morning was full of tour groups, especially French schooltrips. I feel like by the end of this trip I will have overheard more French than Irish accents!

The book of Kells is an old manuscript of the gospels, written by Irish monks. One thousand years ago, Ireland had a total population of half a million people, who lived a semi-nomadic lifestyle, migrating north and ...

Dublin

A travel blog entry by benstevens

1
15

... cafe wedged into the narrowest lane off the River Leffe. I struck Gold. It was as good as Melbourne coffee, which for those that know is saying something. Pleased with myself I skipped all the way to the Guinness factory and spent a good hour wandering around their intriguing new storehouse. As I was coming out, I bumped into the guy who had run the pub crawl from the week before. He recognised me as the guy who tipped him the 5 Euro, and stopped his bike instantly with a wide smile ...

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This 3 star B&B, located in the Ballsbridge area of Dublin, is near The Irish House Party, Drombeg Stone Circle, Sandymount Strand, and National Print Museum.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent