Ferryview Guesthouse

96 Clontarf Road, Dublin, County Dublin, 3, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dublin

Its a long way to tipperary

A travel blog entry by garrcon


... 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--- ...

Leaving Home

A travel blog entry by sgreth5593


I am Ardan Murphy and I am the oldest child in my family of seven. I have lived in Dublin for my entire life and enjoy the countryside, but my parents say it is time to move on. They say the potato famine has struck and we should be best getting away from Ireland as to escape this insatiable beast. We sold our last few potatoes for enough money for the entire family to travel on a great ship to this land they call America. ...

The Latter Part of my Trip to Ireland.......

A travel blog entry by awickedtrip.com


... purchased a bottle of wine at the store to have drinks in my room, before venturing out for my birthday bash. The bash was of course supposed to be a sit-down dinner, with wine, in a castle. Fret not, I say. I had a few glasses of wine and hit the town. I went to two pubs, and had two pints and didn't meet anyone two (too) interesting. Also, I was looking for live music. I had been spoiled by "wallop the cat" at Matt the Millers, ...

Incredible Ireland

A travel blog entry by bridget.mallory

... chance to do a Black Cab tour of Belfast City with a local at the wheel. We visited the Loyalist and Republican heartlands, saw the famous political murals and learned about the ‘Troubles’. Belfast has gone through some remarkable changes in the last few decades and is a highlight of many travellers trip to the North. We had some free time in the afternoon before our trip back to Dublin, so a group of us visited the Titanic Exhibition. It ...

Afternoon at the Park

A travel blog entry by jennyandtom


... a local pub for some Guinness. Our next stop on the bus was the Guinness Factory, where you can tour the old brew house, and then get a pint at the look out at the top. The factory was quite informative, and great for Cole because he snuck in a nap. At the top of the factory is a bar with fantastic views of not only all of Dublin, but of the Wicklow Mountains as well.


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This hotel, located in the Fairview area of Dublin, is near Casino Marino, Bank of Ireland, Stena Adventurer, and Dollymount Strand.
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