Browns Hostel

Address: 90 Lower Gardiner St. , Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland | 1 star hostel
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This 1 star hostel, located in the North Inner City area of Dublin, is near Dublin City Tour, O'Connell Street, Abbey Theatre, and Peacock Theatre.
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Travel Blogs from Dublin

Three days in Ireland ...

A travel blog entry by mandjcarson on Aug 25, 2015

2 comments, 20 photos

... the third took all of the valuable stuff like gold, lead, and copper which were mined around the hills and mountains of Glendalough but also destroyed the roofs of the chapels to stop them having influence and power over the crown. In Glendalough there are only crumbly stone buildings left but some of the buildings have had the stone restored and are very well preserved, but they didn't put the roofs back on because they didn't want to ruin them.

There was ...

Third Day at Horse Show (and Other Travels)

A travel blog entry by yukonholmes on Aug 09, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... there are several old churches built entirely of stone. We next drove to the summit of the Wicklow Gap and walked around. We then headed into Kilkenny. There I had a lunch and wandered around the High Street. We then did a walking tour of the old parts of the town, including the Town Hall (1761), the Butter Slip ( a narrow alleyway), Kyteler's Inn, Grace's Castle, the Rothe House, the ...

Rylie White: hop on, hop off. Busing around Dublin

A travel blog entry by sportsmedicine on Jan 08, 2015

5 photos

... s cathedral, St. Stephens Green, Temple Bar, the Guinness Storehouse, Phoenix Park, the Dublin Zoo and the Dublin Castle. We stopped at Dublin Castle for a self guided tour. On our way to the castle, we were stopped by a bright English chap named Anthony. (Aka No. 17). He was a representative from Amnesty International who asked for a monthly subscription. We probably talked to him for a good twenty minutes. He was easily one of the funniest guys I've ever met! ...

DUBLIN, around the town.

A travel blog entry by jukes on Oct 09, 2014

31 photos

8* Bit chilly today. 9.30 am, looking for warmer winter clothes. Overcast. Returned car, honestly, I am more nervous than Kevin directing him thru the throngs. Car hire were soooo busy that the guy said thanks and waved us away! Where to go, what direction??? We coped, used the iPhone map, asked a bus driver and made our way to O'connell Street. Coffee, then bought a €30ea 3 day bus pass, hop on/ off and all local routes. 11.10am departed on the ...

Famine's over but feasting has to stop soon!

A travel blog entry by helwit on Aug 23, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... about how it relates to the Titanic (i.e. size wise) only that it is on the site of where some parts of the construction was undertaken. The galleries focus heavily on the building of the ship, but has to rely on text and photos and a ride experience that takes you into the working shipyard. All OK but with some pathway and access issues. We all felt it did not handle the sinking, rescue, inquiries and aftermath very well. We did notice there is quite a lot of criticism ...