Sycamore House

Address: 134 Cabra Road, Dublin, County Dublin, 7, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B is located in the Northside area of Dublin.
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    A travel blog entry by harrislazarus on Jun 10, 2015

    Pics: /e273B1 Next stop was Kilkenny, Ireland. This is a pretty quaint town with not too much to do, but a must see due to the Kilkenny Castle. I arrived Sunday afternoon and took a quick look around, then stopped for a late lunch (or early dinner, however you want to look at it). I sat outside a hotel restaurant that was right on the canal, which overlooked the majestic castle. I made my way back to the hostel, in ...

    One Month Mark

    A travel blog entry by shannon.dirrane on Apr 19, 2015

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    ... we had a very early morning heading into the city to make our tour to go to Wicklow. Once we arrived in Wicklow, we were brought to the horse stables. It was different than most places I have done it, because they made us all put on these big rubber boots! My horsie came out and it was this cute dark brown horse named Rambler. Julia was terrified when she found out her horse was Copper who our tour guide said bit him last week, but got on her horse too. ...

    Day 14 - Dublin Museums

    A travel blog entry by adamis on Feb 14, 2015

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    ... you'll just have to take my word for it when I say that the whole collection is quite impressive! The other gallery focuses on books themselves, and contains a couple of inscribed jade tablets from China, a collection of Egyptian papyrus writings (including part of the Book of the Dead) and a small exhibition on the methods of bookbinding throughout history, which was actually quite fascinating.

    After spending another couple of hours at the library, most of the day ...

    The Luck of the Irish

    A travel blog entry by abbatravels on Mar 15, 2012

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    ... early 2000's) and we were expected to believe it was exactly what he said - Eh? Yer right!

    After the St Pat recital it was party time. Woohoo off we went to the booze area of town - the Temple Bar. Everyone leaves the parade and then heads straight there - so by the time we arrived (around 2 hours after opening time) the cobbled streets were choca's with patrons, spilling out of bars (literally), all along the way - total ma-ham. We found a pub and wedged ...

    Big! I'll give it that.

    A travel blog entry by jasonw517 on May 14, 2011

    13 photos

    ... there was no roof to protect from any rain, but the walls provided a strong shield from the wind. It only sprinkled for a bit.

    Out back was a graveyard, like all castles practically, and we did learn that any descendants of those buried in these yards, have every right to be buried there themselves. We ran around in the cold, capturing some photos that didn't come out all great cause of the changing weather. I seem to enjoy taking photos of buildings as ...