Gate Lodge Guesthouse

Address: 3 Conyngham Road, Dublin, County Dublin, 8, Ireland | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Dublin

    Tour to NewGrange

    A travel blog entry by pennywilkins on May 29, 2015

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    Up early and off to the bus. We arrived downtown in plenty of time, grabbed a coffee and McMuffin. We arrived at where we thought the bus left from and waited for a while. Then found out we were in the wrong spot so off we went. Got to the bus on time and we were off on the tour with a tour guide. He regaled us with Irish history, mostly bloody. Dublin was originally a Viking settlement. Drove out by the Dublin Bay to Howth Hill with ...

    "That's What She Said"

    A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Mar 29, 2015

    87 photos

    ... practically raised on this show during my 'impressionable' years, always wanting to grow up to be like Jim Halpert, but realizing I have ae bit of Michael Scott's awkwardness and zaniness. I even held a party with friends when the entire show ended, and I cried. i even dressed up as Dwight to a halloween party once, and Jesse was Jim, like the show REALLY was significant, so it was bizarre to see BJ Novak, who's also from Boston. He was the or one of the ...

    2nd week in Dublin aka "Fair Play to ya!"

    A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Feb 15, 2015

    113 photos

    ... natural and organic, communal, it was a beautiful experience to be my 1st for performing in the city. And with an introduction, “ladies and gentleman, all the way from Boston, give a round of applause for Michael Maloney – what an irish name! come on up, Mr. Maloney!” people sang harmonies to my original song, “Little Darlin” on the nanana’s, and it just was great! I had jitters when I left clinic at 4:30 until I arrived,b ut pedro and ...


    A travel blog entry by laurackennedy on Dec 04, 2014


    ... she grieve? It is the youngest generation that suffers, left without a mother, and for what? There is nothing to show for their sacrifice. Those that are left behind suffer, those that flee have their nectar, too easy to forget, too easy to leave it all behind. One sip of the golden syrup and all sense of responsibility is gone. They have landed on their feet, it is their time now. Sure Mamita will provide, she always has, has ...

    The Rocky Road to Dublin

    A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Oct 04, 2014

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    ... I've been staying in mainly Protestant-y areas in Belfast. Gaelic is not only on every street sign, but English is really secondary, in little print most of the time. Northern Ireland isn't English though. It definitely feels different from England. My granny always tells me stories of her playing in the street when she was little, and I expected this was just a generational thing. It seems to be a Belfast thing. So many kids hanging in little gangs on street ...