Raglan Lodge Guesthouse

10 Raglan Road, Dublin, County Dublin, 4, Ireland | Hotel
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Republic of Ireland - Dublin

A travel blog entry by jamesandbre

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... didn't think we would get any choice as it was a cafe, theatre and restaurant all combined which was very fancy but we could choose any hot drink and any cake we liked off the menu so we were stoked. After we headed to Jeanie Johnston tall ship for a tour, we were lucky enough to be the only ones in the tour so it was sensational! The tour is more about Irish immigrating than the ship itself, the ship famously didn't loose one persons life on any of her voyages across ...

Week 8 (Month 2)

A travel blog entry by zurnal101

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... my Project Management course. We scheduled to meet up Saturday in the library but because I had to hand out flyers for our game on saturday again I could not attend the get together, so I had to finish it before Friday. I won't bore you with the details because this stuff can get boring but it felt good to work with a group, mesh pretty well, and produce a pretty good project together. We will present the project later this week or next so I'll be sure to let you ...

The final days

A travel blog entry by lizab2004

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... Pat had previously arranged for Bruce to be "the scoundrel." At a certain point in the evening they drag some poor unsuspecting guest down the dungeon stairs, and he can only be released from the dungeon by singing a song for the crowd. Well, even though Bruce was completely surprised by being chosen as the scoundrel, he played the part masterfully as we knew he would. He yelled pitifully from the dungeon door on cue and got the crowd going with the song "You are ...

A crash course in Irish history

A travel blog entry by cowling

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... pay me. Come to town and get ya f.....g phone". These kids were a far cry from the polite family groups we'd just left behind.

We finished our day at a little deli bar specialising in food from Emilia Romagna in Italy. Customers seemed to be young Irish city workers. It was decidely odd to be surrounded by Noelle McCarthy sound alikes..

My impressions of Dublin - quite gritty and multicultural in ...

A Taste of Dublin :)

A travel blog entry by lily1421

... our day on Sunday around our food stops. So we got gluten-free crepes for breakfast, and an amazing soup and salad combo for lunch at an all organic place. I had a sweet potato and coconut soup that was to die for! We tried to get gluten-free cupcakes for a snack, but the place was unfortunately closed when we got there. We did find some of the most amazing Lebanese food I've ever had though. The hummus ...

Location

This hotel, located in the Ballsbridge area of Dublin, is near City Sightseeing, The Irish House Party, Drombeg Stone Circle, and Lough Hyne.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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