Premier Apartments Dublin Sandyford

The Forum, Ballymoss Road, Dublin, County Dublin, 18, Ireland | 4 star condo
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This 4 star condo, located on The Forum, Ballymoss Road, Dublin, is near Powerscourt Gardens and House, Leopardstown Racecourse, Dunnes, and Booterstown Bird Sanctuary.
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    Touring round Dublin

    A travel blog entry by queenscoroots on Sep 24, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    Steph here. As penitence for mistakenly deleting Dawn's literary masterpiece yesterday, she is making me retype our day on the iPad while she dictates. I might as well, because there's not much else to do during this 7.5 hour plane ride across the pond! So on Wednesday, we toured around Dublin via the Hop On Hop Off bus - a great way to get a feel for the city. We first drove past the massive Guinness Storehouse, which is several blocks long. Our ...

    Dublin to Belfast

    A travel blog entry by kelleyr on Sep 07, 2014

    122 photos

    ... It was rather pricey so we gave it a miss and walked back via Victoria Square. After a rest in the van we set off to find a parking spot closer to the Ulster Museum and Botanic Gardens but no luck. Then we went off in search of LPG but the first place didn't have it any more and after driving round in circles in rush hour traffic we gave up and went and parked by the coast just before the terminal to wait for the ferry at 11.30pm. It was a very smooth ...

    Two Villages on the Dublin Bay

    A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Aug 21, 2014

    37 photos

    This week we visited two Irish coastal villages on the Dublin Bay. First we traveled south of Dublin on the DART train to the village of Dun Laoghaire--that's pronounced Dunleery in English. Dun Laoghaire is known for its twin piers that jut out about a mile into the bay creating two arms that encircle the bay. These piers provide a safe haven for the town and the many boats anchored between the piers. Walking the east pier is a popular ...

    At last, a sense of humour!

    A travel blog entry by jimwencook on Apr 29, 2014

    Our trio flew into Dublin and were at their hotel (The Drury Court Hotel) by noon. Fortunately the young lass on reception allowed them to check in (probably because she felt sorry for people who have Abbott as a PM). Jim and Wendy then found a very welcoming little cafe for lunch and did a slow walk around Temple Bar (which is a block of pubs and other shops, not just one bar). It's very touristy but a good start ...

    From Hungary to the Emerald Isle

    A travel blog entry by oski on Feb 09, 2014

    5 photos

    ... were filled with people and street musicians played Celtic music and other styles of music along the streets. Many of the Dublin locals think the area is overrun with American and British tourists, especially those having their bachelor and bachelorette parties, and isn't an authentic representation of Dublin. I can see what they mean, but the architecture of the buildings is so charming and the little alleyways so picturesque that ...