Lyndon Guest House

26 Gardiner Place, Dublin, County Dublin, 1, Ireland | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Dublin


A travel blog entry by focksy


... have souls. At least that is Heathers observation. Hahah Amsterdam was full of roving packs of men. And that's it. Not really too many chicks--except for sale in the windows. For obvious reasons the streets are ruled by the manpacks. Planes over here have much more room--especially in the aisles--take note US! The cabbies in these countries are pretentious and snobby. In Amsterdam, the cabbie told us we would be stabbed for a euro in our neighborhood. Not ...

My Third Day in Ireland

A travel blog entry by wheretonext1988

... through there as it was crowded.

After walking into the centre of Dublin and walking around checking out a few stores here and there, we walked back to the car for the return back to Limerick.

Once we had dinner, we had a few drinks and chatted in which led to a late night. However, very relaxed and enjoyable.

And that was the end of my third day.

Luck of the Irish

A travel blog entry by ldschaub


... by a brand new group of people, the Russians. I managed to climb my way back to my seat and listened as the group of about 9 men laughed and yelled in a language very foreign to me. They were friendly though in offering to share their beer with us and keeping us in the conversation for a little while, until they switched back to Russian and we lost track of the conversation. But they were having a good time and it was very entertaining to listen ...

One Short Day in the Emerald City

A travel blog entry by tesslangan


... on the February freeze. " I'm dressed like summer today," she explained after class, her skirt a waltz of sequins; her flowery hair piece a jig of kaleidoscopic colors. She invited me and my friend Nina to an event called "Trinity Come Dancing" on the very same day she met us.

Maureen and indian-stall lady, sea-walking man and the lollipop receiver add up to a Dublin that feels local, global, and familial--like a city, country and town-- all at once. ...

Christmas Eve Busking

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... got a cuddle and a photo with him! It was an absolutely amazing experience. So when it was all over we walked back down the street looking for some food, but as it was Christmas Eve, everything was closing up. We went to an off license for some wine, beer and snacks for the next day, then went down temple bar to the Indian restaurant, Aleena, that we'd gone to last time. We got a meal, and the waiter there recognised us, and gave us a free glass of wine each ...

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This B&B, located in the Northside area of Dublin, is near The Long Hall, James Joyce Cultural Centre, Cobalt Cafe and Gallery, and Parnell Square.
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