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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    Oh my Guinness

    A travel blog entry by kstameris11 on Jul 24, 2015

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    ... nice and ended on the top floor bar which has a 360 degree view of Dublin from above. It turns out a friend from high school, Colleen, just happened to be there at the same time. We met later in the night at The Temple Bar and caught up over a pint. It was a lovely way to end the day. Day 3, Galway Two days of exploring the city of Dublin felt like enough, so we made the decision to rent a car and take a day trip to Galway. It was so funny watching ...

    Irish Sunshine!

    A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 02, 2015

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    ... summer hours they found themselves completely alone on the tour, alone in the tasting room, and being over served by the staff. As the sun was setting, they managed to find their way home. They arrived home perfectly timed to miss the kids bed time and to scarf down the leftovers before heading back out catch some music at the Temple bar. They wandered the back alleys stopping outside of more than a few pubs before finally returning home after midnight. All in all, a great first day in ...


    A travel blog entry by harrislazarus on Jun 06, 2015

    ... week, I had discovered that I stood out quite a bit. The reasoning...all I packed were mostly bright colored clothes for comfort since I'm walking everywhere, as well as green running shoes. You would think that the Irish people would be draped in green. That is not the case at all...everybody wears dark clothing. Sunday was actually the first time I saw the color green, but that's because there's a football match (soccer for you Americans). Therefore my day consisted ...


    A travel blog entry by kerflumpy on May 04, 2015

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    ... However, it seemed as though the final day was going to be all motorway. Yay.

    But no, we did have a few scenic bits included. We travelled through Connemara, a godforsaken stretch of bog and rock, which in some cases was marble. We stopped in a village for tea and scones, which had a peat fire burning. This was something I’d been hoping to see and smell, and yes, it was different from a wood fire, unsurprisingly. You can see how peat smoke ...

    Anna: last full day in Dublin.

    A travel blog entry by sportsmedicine on Jan 12, 2015

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    ... a particular case. This physiotherapist was really interesting! I really enjoyed his lecture. Next, we had a hour and a half break for lunch, and decided to go get some last minute shopping done and grab some inexpensive food. I got some supermac's, which is like the irish version of McDonald's. Next, we had to meet up as a group to head to Leinster rugby club. We got to tour the stadium and see the locker rooms. The guide told us that the ...