Marian Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarian Guest House Dublin
35 Euro for a single room, shared toilet and shower and no working TV .Very central location, five or so minute walk from downtown.
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... lunchtime and its many bar lined rooms were full of drinkers and diners enjoying the pub grub, the live Irish music and the wonderful atmosphere. The Grafton St shopping precinct was also in full swing with a healthy number of tourists and locals enjoying the pedestrianised laneways and the buskers who inhabited them.
It is recognised that to experience Dublin properly you have to spend some time in a pub so we spent our second evening in Ireland in another of ...
... and stuck their heads out of different holes in the float. It was definitely my favorite.
The parade lasted a little over four hours and afterwards we explored the square, which was now not packed to the brim with people. I myself climbed atop a few of the larger statues that people used to see the parade. I saw as the masses of people all clad in green dispersed. I looked to see where the largest crowd went. They all headed into the main downtown district and ...
... walked around the parts of Dublin that you don't get to see on the tour, and then went to one of the bus offices when it opened and were able to get tickets to a half day tour that went out to Malahide Castle and Howth Harbor. That was still a pretty cool experience and we were able to see some awesome things. When we got dropped off from that in City Centre we got right back on another bus to try to make it to the Old Jameson Distillery for a tour before it closed, but we ...
... history is that when the Guinness family commenced their business they leased the land from the government for a few hundred pounds a year, for the next 9,000 years. The original lease document is on display under the glass floor when you first enter the storehouse. The storehouse building is in the shape of a pint glass - only it is seven stories high. The tour is an interactive self paced tour, with very detailed information about each step of the process of making ...
... Dingle is such a cute wee fishing village and of course was gorgeous. We then headed back towards Killarney for the night. The Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle was taking place that day so the town was packed with cyclists. Killarney is a beautiful city, so small and has a comforting feeling. I walked around the town all night with one girl from Brazil and the other from Venezuela.
Sunday we started our ...