Pairc na Bhfuiseog B&B

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

Limerick and Dublin

A travel blog entry by bobrogers on Aug 29, 2014


Monday 25th August Yes, today we spent in a couple of shopping centres buying up excess baggage!!! You know , the sort of bargains that cannot be found elsewhere and only cost the savings you made to get them all makes I am told! Anyway Jean had fun with Fiona doing that whilst Rob had his own transportation and made his way to Booters pub at O'Briens Bridge. This is only 20 minutes from the city but really rural. Having ...

The Guinness experience

A travel blog entry by larissajcroom on Mar 16, 2014

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... walking tour of the city before we made our way to the Guinness Storehouse. Less interested in the process and much more in the entertainment and free samples, Lauren and I had an efficient yet tasty trip through to the Gravity Bar for our pint!

Later we joined all couple of hundred from all Shamrocker groups for a pub crawl. I think as everyone expected the next day to be soo big, it was a pretty chilled night, we didn't want to overdo it!

My Goodness my Guiness

A travel blog entry by kateandglen on Mar 07, 2014

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... south, the plan was to head to Cork, to kiss the blarney stone and get the gift of the gab, but after some careful consideration that Kate didn't really need any more gift of the gab (she is just to chatty haha) and it was just too far to do in one day. We ended up heading into the wicklow mountains called Glendalough. It was a random stop, we just thought we would drive and see what we could see. There was a beautiful old cathedral and tower (which had been ...

A Hundred Thousand Welcomes ( and insults)

A travel blog entry by tesslangan on Jan 04, 2014

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My first interaction with an Irishman was with our cab driver. He looked in a way that I had already come to identify as typically Irish: beaky nose, beady eyes and colors like the city of Dublin (grays and rusty browns). I got into the cab along with two other girls from my program, Be and Meredith, and our cabby said something in Gaelic that sounded--to me-- vaguely like " hemoglobin." Then he played a trick on Meredith, asking her if ...

Emerald Isle

A travel blog entry by gieringers on Sep 07, 2013

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... visited a few more pubs, and met some more great Irish people. We joined in on the end of a pub crawl and saw/met an amazing Irish "band". And we ended the night with our friends from Cork who were pre-gaming for the Hurling match the next day!

The next morning, it was up bright and early to catch my flight home.

(This was written a month ago (so it's been 2 months since I went to Ireland)... I ran out of time to add photos and then forgot to ever "publish" it. Sorry.