Abbeyleigh House

Address: 28 Upper Leeson Street, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland | Hotel
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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 Dawson Street.
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    Shame on England

    A travel blog entry by r10vill9 on Oct 10, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    My exposure to Rugby is courtesy of Simon, Adam, and their coach at Lawrence Park, Cec Many many times I watched the boys play from the sidelines
    learning more with each game until I finally began to understand the game. And begin to really enjoy it. Later at RSGC I became the Roone Arledge of Rugby, signing Simon and his UOW teammates to teach our boys how to run, tackle and pass.
    So we are in Ireland and England during the Rugby World Cup. Lots of good T ...

    Simple Pleasures

    A travel blog entry by laurackennedy on Aug 10, 2015


    ... loved, at the very heart of your being.

    As I remember swimming with you in the sea, how I laughed out loud in glee as the swelling waves brushed the sand from my feet and splashed my torso.

    As I remember you teaching me how to cook, never too much sugar, always a dose of wholegrain and the freedom to lick the spoon and bowl when we had finished.

    As I remember time spent outside with you in ...

    A fun day playing tourist in Dublin

    A travel blog entry by chuckjeanfl on Jun 20, 2015

    14 photos

    ... of books. This room holds 200,000 books. Seemed like a place you'd see in a Harry Potter movie. Both were quite impressive.

    Next we headed for St Patrick's Cathedral, about 15 minutes walk. This was much bigger than the church we saw yesterday. We arrived just as a free 1/2 hour tour was starting and glad we joined in. It made it a better experience for understanding the history, symbolism, and events that were important to the church. We spent an hour there.

    Last Stop and Home

    A travel blog entry by 1life on Jun 03, 2015

    8 photos

    ... with less variances between the “real highs and real lows”.
    A big advantage to this is that we did more and got more value for our dollar. ...

    Day 13 - Dublin Walking Tour

    A travel blog entry by adamis on Feb 13, 2015

    5 photos

    ... of the book, and then the book itself (with some other manuscripts of a similar age) is displayed. Going upstairs from the exhibition, you enter what is possibly one of my favourite places of all - the Long Room. A 65m long room containing 200,000 of the library's oldest books, it is an amazing, amazing sight. Unfortunately, my camera doesn't like low-light environments, and the flash isn't allowed in order to protect the books, so none of my photos came out very well. ...