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

Arrival in Dublin

A travel blog entry by shockergram on Aug 29, 2014

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... After visiting everyone takes a nap. This afternoon two women's rowing teams are practicing. This morning there was a man trying to waterski. He appeared to be using a tow line attached to a stationary barge and another tower - just down and back. Looked boring. Can't believe we went for Chinese food tonight, mostly because it is a few blocks from our apartment and beside the quay. Very good, may do it again. Finally was able to get money at the ATM. ...

Concluding the Great Adventure

A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jul 11, 2014

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... nice to go through customs before the plane ride while I was still fresh! I got yelled for taking a picture of a cool sign that said US citizens. Again, I blame the shorts! I seem to attraction all sorts of attention in them! The plane ride was quite nice as I watched 3 movies, wrote my blogs, and pondered about my trip. I watched: Divergent, 300, and the Great Gatsby. When I arrived at JFK, I immediately knew I was in America. All I saw were TVs about Lebrons decision, fat people, ...

Cliff walk #2

A travel blog entry by younge.zytynsky on May 07, 2014

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... friendly walkers who moved to the side and allowed us to pass. There were stone walls along the way that seemed to be made more off shell than stone or cement. Really neat to look at. One wall surrounded some horses grazing in a pasture.

As we walked we came accross steep stone stairs in many locations. The people eho built them must have had long legs cause my short legs often had trouble scaling up them. We finally reached ...

Republic of Ireland - Dublin

A travel blog entry by jamesandbre on Jan 31, 2014

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... spent the night chatting away with a polish guy and an American guy. Monday (3rd) this morning we headed to Croke park stadium for a tour, we both thought it was just a soccer ground - turns out it's a gaelic and hurling ground, even better. The tour was sensational, we went through the dressing rooms, warm up rooms, the players walk onto the ground, in the stadium seats, the media centre, the corporate boxes and back down into the museum. Our tour guide was very ...

Dublin Day 3

A travel blog entry by angeleah.parey on Oct 20, 2013

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... in that country, which at the time would have included the Richard Joyce. After fourteen years, Joyce was released and returned to Galway and brought along with him the ring he had fashioned while in captivity: what we've come to know as the Claddagh. He gave the ring to his sweetheart, married, and became a goldsmith with "considerable success". His initials are in one of the earliest surviving Claddagh rings."

Anyways, after shopping ...