Marguerite House

22 Marguerite Rd, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland | B&B
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Day 1: Answering Ireland's Call

A travel blog entry by basketmakeramy


... and multi-sensory tour. Our favorite part was the sampling room. The only line was in the pouring room...where you were taught how to pour a Guinness correctly. It took a long time for our group because one of the heads at our "bar" broke. We got a certificate and the freshest and best Guinness I have ever had. We are spoiled now. Saw the lease where Arthur pays 45 pounds a year for 9000 years for the property.

Got back on the HOHO bus and got stuck in traffic due to ...


A travel blog entry by abryan124


... we did the next best thing, hopped into a cab and the "long" and rainy journey was over. Tonight is our first night in a hostel!! Very different from what you can imagine. Currently, I am sitting in the lounge listening to a British tv show and using the free wifi amongst strangers who speak little English! It is pretty cool and makes me more comfortable for the month that I will spend in hostels. However, I shall reserve all judgment until tomorrow morning when ...

Ireland, day one

A travel blog entry by golfchick0112


... things anyhow!

By this time it was 7:30. We decided to get a couple more pints at our hotel bar (mainly to kill time) and then call it a night. As we speak, it's 9:30 and we are in bed. Randy's snoozing away and, after I type this last sentence, I'll be joining him. I'm so tired, I'm running on Guinness fumes. We don't have a set plan other than our alarm being set for 8am to enjoy our free hotel Irish Fry (humongous breakfast). Excited to see what tomorrow's adventures ...


A travel blog entry by joseph.taylor


... out, we arrived to the airport in one piece despite having a taxi driver from Pakistan who asked what us Americans thought of Pakistanis (what kind of question is that, especially at 4:30am?!?). Anyway, we got to the airport and then to Newcastle safely and on time. Our only problem was we were relying on more or less a stranger (Dom) to pick us up from the airport and we had no way to get in touch with him. Read my next post to hear if Dom showed us up or if we found him!

Reunion in the Emerald Isle

A travel blog entry by pandasphere


... to it having some peculiar rules. For instance, a Protestant can shoot a Catholic on campus with a crossbow and not be expelled. At least that used to be a rule. They got rid of it in 1997. The tour thankfully had a break in the middle during which we could all get our caffeine injections. This allowed all of us to make it to the end of the tour, all awake! Upon its conclusion, we did what any sane adult would do in Dublin: drink. We stopped by ...


This B&B, located in the Cabra - Glasnevin area of Dublin, is near National Botanic Gardens, Croke Park, Howth Head, and Howth Hills.
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