Griffith House

125 Griffith Avenue, Dublin, County Dublin, Dublin 9, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Clontarf area of Dublin, is near Croke Park, Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) Museum, Howth Head, and Casino Marino.
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    Travel Blogs from Dublin

    The Dublin adventure begins....

    A travel blog entry by kendra.towns on Aug 08, 2014

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    ... finished the walk together and decided we were starving. We headed up to the Celt for a late lunch/early dinner. Rosemary actually left us but the rest of us went and had a meal and drinks. We were all solo travelers so it was nice to be able to eat together instead of alone. Alex is a spec ed. teacher in Tampa, Florida but originally from Idaho. He is singing with his choir this coming week in Winchester. Kieri is from Washington state and is leaving next week to work as ...

    Drink – Look – Brrrr

    A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Jul 14, 2014

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    ... off at Trinity College and try our luck at seeing the Book of Kells – sometimes there can be a long line to get in to see it. The Book of Kells was written over 1000 years ago and contains the four lavishly decorated gospels. The book has been associated with St. Colum Cille who in 561 founded a monastery on the island of Iona (off the west coast of Scotland). It is thought that the monks who wrote the book worked on Iona as well as on the mainland at ...

    Dublin an amazing entrance to Ireland!

    A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jul 11, 2014

    2 comments, 31 photos

    ... of the history of the church. When you go downstairs you can see the original medieval crypt walls and arches from the original church. This was very interesting to see.

    Next was the Cathedral of St. Patrick's. Now we all know that St. Patrick's is the patron saint of Ireland (right? remember the whole 'driving the snakes out of Ireland' thing?) Ah well, I try. Anyway, this is also a beautiful church, built a couple hundred years later than the Christ ...

    A week in Ireland

    A travel blog entry by janined22 on Jun 10, 2014

    It rains a lot in Ireland. It's not particularly warm either considering it's summer. But that's okay - the sights and scenery totally make up for it! Ireland - at least the south of Ireland - is absolutely stunning.

    The first thing I found that was weird, was hearing all the English accents! Haven't heard that for awhile. However, I have to say that of all the English accents in the world, the Irish have the best. ...

    Luck of the Irish

    A travel blog entry by jlafrenz on Mar 03, 2014

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    ... were entirely rock as far inland as we could see, whereas the Cliffs of Moher were grassy and soft climbing up the top. The trip had us stopping in a few small towns at an old Abbey, a small harbor town, and the River Shannon (a must see, since my friend Shannon was on the trip with me). It was a full day trip, going from one coast to the other of Ireland, and it was absolutely inspiring to see the cliffs and the different ...