Tavistock Guest House

64 Ranelagh Rd., Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland | Hotel
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A day of literacy and mileage

A travel blog entry by cruisinpenny


... The woman started yelling at the man, and he told his wife to go beat her up! There they were- two middle aged women whacking each other very vengefully but inadequately, screaming something the whole time- Hated to leave, but we had places to go.

Our first stop was at the Book of Kells museum. This collection of books was written in 800 AD. It is named for the place where it was found. Don't miss this if you come ...

Week 7

A travel blog entry by zurnal101


... Unfortunately we did not have a game this weekend simply because we were scheduled off. This kind of sucked because the games are what I look forward to most during the week so it made for a pretty uneventful week out here. I went to the movies last night to see Captain Phillips, a great movie that made me miss home even more. I love going to the movies and it was free popcorn night so I was pretty excited about that. Sunday night KC and I went to ...


A travel blog entry by jennydawson


... store I wanted to visit so we stopped in there and I got some Toms and threw out my other shoes. Temple Bar is actually a wee area and not just one bar as it sounds like. It was going off! So many people around. We pushed our way into the bar and somehow managed to get seats and drinks. There was a live band playing as well so heaps of atmosphere. Game started and it was the strangest thing I had ever seen...mix of rugby, soccer and basketball. There were very ...

Dublin Gaols, Whiskey, Folklore and Fairies

A travel blog entry by timsandy

... Saturday. At the end of summer, which meant long lineups. We had an hour wait, so decided to have a late lunch to kill the time. Quite tasty food. I had the sweet potato soup and Tim had amazing cod and chips along with ...

Dublin Thru a Sleepy Haze

A travel blog entry by kingmilo


... slots, and a bootscrape on the stoop. These beautiful vintage houses are mostly three stories, with large windows, except for the top floor, the nanny's quarters, where they are a bit smaller, glass being an expensive commody, back in the day. Many embassies are located on this street and it is a distance, if walking, from the center of the city, the Temple Bar area.

Our first stop was the beautiful St. Patrick's ...


This hotel, located in the Pembroke - Rathmines area of Dublin, is near Drombeg Stone Circle, Lough Hyne, Leeson Street, and Irish Jewish Museum.
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