Abbeyleigh House

28 Upper Leeson Street, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland | Hotel
 

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Day 2

A travel blog entry by mcgalps

... at all :( the first day in Ireland we went and walked around and went shopping and to the wax museum was pretty cool. There was a horror section in the museum and a part with Hannibal lector and we walked in and the wax people started moving and we freaked out! We had a really nice Irish shepards pie which was amazing!! And I had a pint of Guinness haha fairly average. The next day we had breakfast at ...

Its a long way to tipperary

A travel blog entry by garrcon

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... The pope had visited there in 1979, so there was a row of pictures of that. There was no security, you were free to roam as you pleased. There was an organist playing the giant pipe organ, lucky to be there at that time, just totally great.
They preserved a wall of the Medieval on the lower floor of the mall, fit in really well.
Eyre Square, lots of people out and was a nice day so we did another picnic, easy to pick up a sandwich and drink--- ...

Ireland, day one

A travel blog entry by golfchick0112

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Today was one of the hardest days ever.

Our first flight left Indianapolis at 2pm. Randy had worked his normal night shift on Fri/Sat eve and arrived at my parents house around 8am Sat. He luckily went straight to bed and was able to get a couple hours of sleep.

We changed planes in Chicago - and ps. the international terminal is amazing. It was so neat to be amongst all the flights going to all corners of the globe. From Dublin to Beijing to Chile! I just wanted to hop ...

Slainte!

A travel blog entry by joseph.taylor

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Last Tuesday night Torsten, Dan, John, and I left from Ciampino Airport in Rome at 8:00pm and arrived in Dublin around 11:00pm. We got to our hostel and walked around a little to get a sense of the city, even though it was late. Wednesday morning we woke up and went to see St. Patrick's Cathedral, Christ Church Cathedral, and then we went to Collins Barracks, which has been turned into The National Museum of Ireland. After the museum, Torsten, Dan, and I walked to ...

Dublin Gaols, Whiskey, Folklore and Fairies

A travel blog entry by timsandy

... and yes, again on the Saturday night) it is full of tourists and night revelers (OK, lots of drunks) flowing out of pubs and bars. Street musicians complete the scene and they say the parties last til morning. We ...

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This hotel, located in the South-East Inner City area of Dublin, is near St. Stephen's Green, Glenveagh National Park and Castle, Leeson Street, and RHA Gallagher Gallery.
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