Pairc na Bhfuiseog B&B

Address: 55 Lorcan Crescent, Santry, County Dublin, 9, Ireland | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 55 Lorcan Crescent, Santry, is near National Botanic Gardens, Casino Marino, River Shannon, and Harry Byrnes.
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Travel Blogs from Santry

Nick Tirro

A travel blog entry by ess311 on Jan 12, 2015

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Today marked our last full day in Dublin, and man was it action packed! We started off the day at the National Aquatics Center (NAC) in Dublin. What a facility that place is. The pool and indoor water park are absolutely stunning. We also toured the outside campus and got to see what the place is going to becomes, Ireland's future in sports will ...

Best pub in Temple Bar? Temple Bar Pub!

A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Jan 04, 2015

An early morning today to catch the train from Belfast to Dublin. Our cabbie who delivered us to the station was a friendly Belfast local (all the cabbies in the UK seem to be locals) who told us about the street we had been staying on (Castle St) and showed us a couple of photos on his phone from the height of the Troubles with tanks and barricades right where the hotel now stands. It was very weird seeing a cabbie legally allowed to use his phone while driving! But he was ...

Walking Until My Legs Fell Off

A travel blog entry by cindy.althoff on Sep 11, 2014

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... colors, and they have distinct knobs and knockers on the doors. Some of them were amazing looking. We found ourselves in St. Stephen's Green. It was a beautiful park in the center of busy streets, it was fenced off, with trees and bushes blocking the view of the street, and except for the sound of cars, you wouldn't know you were in a busy city.

There were statues there that were in honor of the Potato Famine that struck ...

Day 63: Dublin, the last day!

A travel blog entry by inhissteps on Jul 29, 2014

Today is our last day! We got up and left Bushmills for the famous rope bridge on the coast, Carrick-a-Rede! This was one of the coolest and probably most dangerous things we did. The views of the sea were great! Their were cliffs to look at, caves, and sheep! The water was so blue. Great pictures! After the bridge, we headed to the Dark Hedges, a famous street with pretty trees. The trees have been in a lot of movies because they are ...

Back in Dublin for one last sweet goodbye

A travel blog entry by focksy on May 29, 2014

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... break when the bar owner of the place underneath the apartment had started doing some cleanup. He very kindly let me step in while he called a taxi. The taxi driver was a nice guy too. He even kept my fare low (the way from the airport to the flat cost 110 pounds). Transportation issues behind me, it was a smooth flight to Dubs. When we started our descent, I had an amazing view of ...