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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... to cross. Well the story told is there were two men wanting to cross the bridge. One asked the toll man if it would cost more to bring baggage across. The toll man said no, and one guy jumped on the others back and crossed the bridge, each paying half a penny and that's where the name comes from. Great story, I know.
From Dublin I traveled to Spain, and it was fabulous. I was sad to leave after a week and half. I'll try to get those pictures up soon!
... before and stayed the night in Dublin. We decided to see the sights using the hop-on, hop-off bus, this took us round Dublin, by this time the weather had picked up a bit and the sun was shining, our first hop off was to the Guinness brewery we went in there and saw how Guinness was made from the growing of the barley and hops to the final Guinness being put into barrels and bottles, the tour was spread over 7 floors. ...
... It has also been reported that Robin Hood might have drank here." I don't know how to fact check that one, but it would be cool if it was true. Our lunch was traditional pub fare and I switched my beer choice from Guinness to Smithwicks, a red ale which is flavorful but not too heavy. Jeremy informed me that the proper way to pronounce it is "Smithix", but I found just saying Smithwicks very fast with a bit of a mumble created the same auditory result.
... gave us free airport transfers and a free 9 hour bus tour of Ireland (to accompany the no running water for 2 days)!
14 days in Ireland without rain is officially called a drought so you can imagine how green the countryside is and now in the autumn the deciduous trees are a mixture of reds, oranges and browns. With that we're off to the land where two films (pronounced fil-lim) were filmed, Braveheart and P.S I Love You: Glendaloch (translating to valley of two ...
... a walk about the downtown and castle. For lunch we ventured a little further and were happy to find a little cafe where we had a nice conversation with the owner- nice pic of the staff.
About 2:30pm we settled into the DoubleTree/Dublin- nice place.
We headed to the main pedway shortly after getting our room. After a little exploring Audrey wanted a beer!
We met a couple of Irish ...