Phoenix Park Hotel

Address: 38-39 Parkgate Street, Dublin, County Dublin, 8, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Liberties area of Dublin, is near St James Gate Brewery, National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History, Collins Barracks, and Walk Macabre.
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    Day Three in Ireland

    A travel blog entry by wwysocki on May 27, 2015

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    ... her professor and some of their finds. It was very interesting to see. It was a great little town.

    " Trim Castle, the largest Anglo-Norman castle in Ireland, was constructed
    over a thirty-year period by Hugh de Lacy and his son Walter. Hugh de
    Lacy was granted the Liberty of Meath by King Henry II in 1172 in an
    attempt to curb the expansionist policies of Richard de Clare,
    (Strongbow). ...

    "That's What She Said"

    A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Mar 29, 2015

    87 photos

    ... of the show, and wrote many of the episodes, and he has since gone on to star in major hollywood films, so he's really cool.

    I got in line for his 'book signing' afterwards, awkwardly with my guitar and bag full of chocolate that my aunt Mary gave me, I was the last person in line, "cue" as they say here, and I kept thinking of what I was going to say to him and I was soo overwhelmed when I met him, it just was surreal! I made it back to Clontarf ...

    Day 48 - St. Paddy's Day

    A travel blog entry by alexandermcbird on Mar 18, 2015

    17 photos

    ... they left and found the place quite easily. The price to leave our items was only 5 euro so we gladly gave our items away and started to the parade. On the way we picked up some green clothing so as not to seem completely out of place. We also grabbed some food. For me this included two ham and cheese sandwiches. They were so hot that I only got about half of one down before we had to leave for the parade, so I wrapped the rest up and put them in my jacket. Finally at 11:59 ...

    Luck of Z Irish Mate

    A travel blog entry by tague on Dec 30, 2014

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... around uh noon :) and went straight to the Guinness Brewery - a great Diageo tourist trap full of 7 levels of self guided tours of Guinness history - a great way to spend 18 Euro/person on a "free" pint of Guinness at the top of the sky deck bar, which overlooked the entire city of Dublin and was probably worth the trip in itself! Next, we walked about 2 km to the Jameson Distillery. If you are noticing a trend here, it is probably correct - Whiskey, Beer, ...

    Little Girl in a Big City

    A travel blog entry by cindy.althoff on Sep 10, 2014

    17 photos

    ... a tour. The tour only cost us 3.25 Euros, and was an hour long. It was amazing to hear the history about the revolution, and the civil was in Ireland. We were told of man by the name of James Connolly, and how his foot was blown off during the fighing, and the English brought him into the castle to be treated. We seen the last room he was ever in, he recieved hospital attention there, had his trial there and said good-bye to his family ...