Fatima House B&B

17 Upper Gardiner Street, Dublin, County Dublin, 1, Ireland | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by focksy


... She's Canadian but spent a great amount of time living in Boston. After she returned to Canada, she was too abrasive in her interactions with people so she had to go to civility training. Haha. I guess Boston makes you hard. Toilets have a different design than in the US--there is a much greater distance between your bum and the water. (You can imagine where I'm going with this). The kerplunk from a deposit can be heard 10 stalls away, not to mention the ...

Dublin Day 2

A travel blog entry by chall-mullen


... way back to the Generator in the dark, I decided to go tomorrow instead when it will be at the regularly scheduled time. I decided instead to sit in the park adjacent to the Cathedral and write postcards and letters. It was fun to watch the myriad of people in the park. There were lovers on benches sitting close, tourists in giant leprechaun hats snapping photos of each other in front of the cathedral, toddlers kicking soccer balls, and young boys and ...

Into Thin Éire

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999


... was really clean, something you don't often get to say. The train ride took me through a pretty bit of Irish countryside, and I made use of the time perusing the Irish Times and studying my Rick Steves guidebook, in order to make plans for tons of sightseeing!

After a comfy 2hr train ride, we were in Dublin! As many of you know Ireland became its own country, separate from the British Empire, in 1922. Thus things in Ireland are a bit different from the North. ...


A travel blog entry by benstevens


... me to come along to a pub crawl later that evening which was run by the same company as the tour.

Now at this point I was faced with a terrible decision. I could either go on this crawl and suffer the agony of getting up at 8am the next morning for the damn tour of Northern Ireland, or call it a day and head home with a bright clear head for tomorrow. Naturally, I erred on the side of throwing caution to the winds and booked my place on the crawl. In the mean time, I ...


A travel blog entry by karen0206


As I headed for Dublin, I groaned at the thought that I have to start all over again in making friends and the fact that I have to be social again... The hostel that I stayed at in Dublin before the tour started was by far, the worst hostel. There were 24 people in one room and the bathroom had 3 showers. Two in one room and a separate one, where if you were even slightly big, you would not be able to turn at all. The other two had clear shower doors so I was like "OMG I am ...

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This hotel, located in the Northside area of Dublin, is near Howth Head, The Long Hall, Howth Hills, and James Joyce Cultural Centre.
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