Grafton Guesthouse

26-27 S. Great George's St., Dublin, County Dublin, 2, Ireland | Hotel
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Dublin, Spring 2006

A travel blog entry by jbethe


Jbethe stayed here on Apr 18, 2006 during their trip titled: Jbethe's Great Adventure.

Sunday in Dublin

A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron


... at about 4), I figured out that I needed to reset the data settings (having first "screen shot" the previous settings in case I have to put them back in manually at some time. I'm still having a problem with hotspotting, but at least the guy knew what I was talking about when we called in later while passing, and he's given me a number to ring.

We had a wander around some of the shops - we noticed people with huge Penney's bags (4 or 5 at a ...


A travel blog entry by gkarlovsky


... br> Every seat has it's own little video monitor. When I decided I was more or less awake, I turned it on and found a map tracking our flight. So at 1:30 am our time, we are over Dublin, and the sun has risen. The cabin is starting to smell like coffee, and every one will soon be trying to transition to the day that's beginning 7 hours ...

Into Thin Éire

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999


... today, when Ireland is a member of the EU and uses the Euro, many Irish do not consider themselves European.

The most interesting element was the way in which Connor compared the history of the Irish with that of the Native Americans in North America, and many peoples in Africa. The English attempted several time to colonize Ireland. Their first two attempts resulted in the settlers being acculturated, but the third - the prototype for the plantation system - ...

From Hungary to the Emerald Isle

A travel blog entry by oski


... were filled with people and street musicians played Celtic music and other styles of music along the streets. Many of the Dublin locals think the area is overrun with American and British tourists, especially those having their bachelor and bachelorette parties, and isn't an authentic representation of Dublin. I can see what they mean, but the architecture of the buildings is so charming and the little alleyways so picturesque that ...

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This hotel, located in the Trinity College area of Dublin, is near Day Tours Unplugged, Powerscourt Townhouse, St. George's Market, and Music Maker.
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