Harvey's Guesthouse

11 Upper Gardiner Street, Dublin, County Dublin, 1, Ireland | Hotel
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A lil More of the Emerald Isle

A travel blog entry by laurenporter6


... during my exchange semester.

Once we were back in Dublin, we decided to join our hostel in a pub crawl, to enjoy one night out on the town. It was at the beginning of the pub crawl that I realized that there was an entire cricket team from Swansea Univeristy with us - Swansea was the second university I was considering for my exchange semester. It was a very interesting Friday the 13th, thats for sure.

Day 14 - Paris to dublin

A travel blog entry by rwarren

Nina's mom came to check us out of the flat. Very little English. We wanted her to take a picture of all four of us on the balcony. She fiddled and fiddled around forever. Finally took one but it wasn't very good. Went to the airport with no problems. Got back to Dublin early afternoon. Checked back into the hotel. Walked down O'Connell street. We were looking for somewhere to eat. We decided to go to the ha'penny pub but they didn't really have food. So we walked on through the temple ...

My Third Day in Ireland

A travel blog entry by wheretonext1988

... The exterior of the storehouse had the appearance of an old rundown factory. Dirty brick work. However, when you're inside the storehouse, it has a modern feel. Very commercial as well. We were there for three hours, moving quickly through the five different levels on the account of there being too many people. We did get a free pint. So that was pretty cool. I must ...

Into Thin Éire

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999


... The Irish diet in that point in history was composed mostly of potatoes, a factor that actually made Irish people much stronger and bigger than their English or Scottish counterparts, who had a barley based diet. Unfortunately, potato crops were more prone to failure, and potato famines were a sadly common event. The famous famine resulted in 1/4 of the population dying or emigrating. In the west, the hardest hit region, some areas lost 80% of their population. The ...

A pint of Bushmills anyone?

A travel blog entry by noha.elhakeem


... it cool and said something along the lines of "Whiskey?! Even better!". Needless to say, she ended up having a few "pints" of it and was quite happy by the end of the night. I must say, it was quite amusing. After the pub, Sarah was craving hot dogs (not the drowning looking one I saw in the alley the other day) and we went to grab some food. 1am hot dogs and nachos...definitely a perfect end to a perfect night. Tomorrow, some right hand driving all the way to ...

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