Lyndon Guest House

Address: 26 Gardiner Place, Dublin, County Dublin, 1, Ireland | B&B
 
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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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    Dublin

    A travel blog entry by jukes on Jul 29, 2015

    4 photos

    ... very nice, even if she did to Maurice's tea up with coffee! 1/2hr shopping for t shirts for girls. Karen scored. I couldn't find anything. On on/ off bus to Kilmainham gaol with an entertaining driver, some drivers can have you in fits. Saw this crazy hearse (see pic). At the stop for the gaol the queue was 45mins long and the next tour was not until 2.30hrs, which would have been 3pm. Gave up on that. Beautiful sunny day interspersed with heavy showers. Took the Bus to the ...

    Rocks, Rain, and Rock & Roll

    A travel blog entry by mweiss.history on Jul 16, 2015

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... to stroll in the rain, and also started to notice how different urban life is. Parks are important to a community since not many have yards, popping to the store or coffee shop is sometimes steps away, and there is always something new around the corner. At dinner, I think everyone cleaned their plate. It is so satisfying to have a pause in the day after some physical activity, enjoy a great meal, ...

    On the Road Again, for the Last Time in Eire

    A travel blog entry by lscully on May 27, 2015

    21 photos

    ... a long time. Peat isn't a renewable resource, tho, and it's estimated that within 30-35 years all of the bogs will be harvested and devoid of peat. And we thought oil was an unsustainable resource. By then it was 2:00 pm and we were ready to eat. Our village for lunch was called Moate, and most of us ate at the Tuar Ard, pronounce two-ard, which is Gaelic for Terre Haute. ,> As my childhood malady of car-sickness has popped up its ugly snout a few ...

    Turn left please

    A travel blog entry by woodsies on Apr 14, 2015

    4 photos

    ... time zones and are here in Ireland. We had enough points to do one way business class so decided to be kind to ourselves in our senior years and embrace the experience! It started with a chauffeur ride to to the airport and expedited check in - only to find the plane was delayed, so we were grateful for the use of the lounge. I couldn't believe it was actually happening when we boarded the plane and the attendant ...

    A Day of Culture & Refinement

    A travel blog entry by aus_ambo_abroad on Mar 19, 2015

    1 comment, 21 photos

    We started early this morning with a delicious breakfast courtesy of Grainne (the owner of the B&B we are staying at) before heading to the National Museum. We were there for hours and hours looking through all the exhibitions and antiques. My favourite was a huge exhibition with antique furniture and one on clothes worn through the centuries, I think Will's favourite was a World War 1 exhibition.

    Our stomachs were rumbling and we realised ...