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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      Slainte (Cheers!) to Our Last Day!

      A travel blog entry by erikandkelly on Nov 28, 2014

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      ... book, but we were able to get ones of Trinity College Library, the largest library in Ireland. Too bad we couldn't somehow capture the smell of the place-- it smelt so old & made us feel like we took a step back in time.

      After Trinity College we hopped back on the bus and enjoyed seeing lush green gardens and old cathedrals from the top deck. We then got to Guinness Storehouse & weren't surprised to see almost everyone on the bus hop off for that ...

      Have left the "Troubles" behind - we are in Dublin

      A travel blog entry by mnnorske on Oct 27, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      This is our third visit to Dublin - we love this town. For a big city it has such a small town feel. It's the friendly people and their easy-going lifestyle that make it a laid-back and fun place to be.

      We did the Hop - on, Hop - off tour and spent time at several stops around town. It is a great way to see the city.

      Guinness was a lot of fun and a good place to eat lunch.
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      The Rocky Road to Dublin

      A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Oct 04, 2014

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      ... I've been staying in mainly Protestant-y areas in Belfast. Gaelic is not only on every street sign, but English is really secondary, in little print most of the time. Northern Ireland isn't English though. It definitely feels different from England. My granny always tells me stories of her playing in the street when she was little, and I expected this was just a generational thing. It seems to be a Belfast thing. So many kids hanging in little gangs on street ...

      Bejapers we're in Dublin

      A travel blog entry by brimelowsontour on Sep 28, 2014

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      Dublin Day 1: After a day of sitting in The Mothership, Trains and Ferries all day yesterday we decided to set off on foot and visit all our old haunts today. We clocked up close to 15km during the course of the day, an impressive achievement for the children!! We walked into the centre of Dublin, we made it 3/4 of the way up Grafton St where Emma made her first purchase of the day in Next, back down Grafton St filled with buskers and beggars ...

      Day 17: Barcelona to Dublin

      A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Sep 07, 2014

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      ... great, we headed back to the hotel for a rest. I decided that that was enough for me today, and I think Dad and Daniel did too, so we settled down for the night. It was good having English tv to do that to, although I put my headphones in and wrote a bit! Afterwards, Dad and Daniel went for a night time wander, while I relaxed on the bed. When they returned, we called it a night, knowing an early one would do us well. Day 1 Dublin done (say that 10 times over quickly) - to be sure to be ...