Harvey's Guesthouse

11 Upper Gardiner Street, Dublin, County Dublin, 1, Ireland | Hotel
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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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    The Dublin adventure begins....

    A travel blog entry by kendra.towns on Aug 08, 2014

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    ... also didn't get stuck with someone talking in front of us. The show was amazing!!!!! It just happened to be the 20th anniversary year. The production and the dancers and all the musicians did an amazing job. The show was really good.

    After that we met some people that Alex had met the week before at another hostel. They were from Washington state, Kelsey, Natalie and Turner. We met them and then headed to a pub called Madigans for Irish car bombs (1/2 pint of ...

    Drink – Look – Brrrr

    A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Jul 14, 2014

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    ... original Proclamation of Independence. Having seen the Book of Kells and bearing in mind it was now nearing 4pm, it was time for lunch. After hunting around the Temple Bar area and having a 'discussion’ about lunch, we settled on an old pub. Mum had a beef and Guinness pie while I had a ham, cheese, tomato and onion toasted sandwich. Now fed and watered we hopped back on the bus and did another loop of Dublin. Unfortunately the weather had deteriorated ...

    Dublin an amazing entrance to Ireland!

    A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jul 11, 2014

    2 comments, 31 photos

    ... now.

    After a brief lunch, we head over to Dublin Castle. Now this castle is not as imposing or impenetrable as Conwy or Caernarfon but it still is a nice place to see. The state rooms are plush and filled with guilded mirrors, fireplaces, rich wallpaper and chandeliers that just are just dripping in excess. This is also where the British ruled the Irish prior to the Easter Rising in 1916. Now this castle is just used for state functions and tours. Well that is about ...

    A week in Ireland

    A travel blog entry by janined22 on Jun 10, 2014

    ... of course and not having to ask for it!

    Now, what did we do? Well, we spent a couple of days in Dublin to start with and found plenty to see and do. My favourite place was Dublina - it is a history of Dublin from the Vikings through to the Middle Ages. It was a heap of rooms set out with models showing what things looked like, what people wore, how the Black Death affected the city - just wonderful. 5 out of 5. ...

    North to South

    A travel blog entry by tanyaboyer on May 17, 2014

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    ... told by the locals that it is worth the extra amount of time it takes due to the scenery. Today was not great weather day as you will see by the photos. It was about 13 degrees, showers and of course there was wind out on the coast. We hadn't had breakfast prior to leaving as we thought this would be a great opportunity to stop somewhere nice along the way. Well how hard was that to find a breakfast spot. The Irish aren't big on getting up early in the mornings as we have discovered ...