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, Abbey Theatre, O'Connell Street, and Definitive Dublin Walking Tour.
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Travel Blogs from Dublin

Chase Venable

A travel blog entry by ess311 on Jan 07, 2015

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So today was very interesting! I didn't realize how much how religion was a major influence on sports. Northern Ireland is more Protestant while the rest of Ireland is catholic. Also, we learned about social media in sports. One interesting thing that the speaker discussed was how advertising has changed to fit target markets. I learned a ...

600 Churches and 900 Pubs....That's Dublin for ya!

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Jul 31, 2014

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... Patrick's Cathedral was another amazing example of gothic architecture and since it does not have a crypt on the property there are some pretty spooky rumors about how many people have been buried within the walls. That haunting fact aside it was a beautiful church and is a must see if you are even in Dublin. Our next stop was the Old Jameson Tour and Bree was a real trooper to go on her 3rd whiskey tour with me. This one was ...

Its a long way to tipperary

A travel blog entry by garrcon on May 20, 2014

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Sunday May 12
Our hostess prepared full English breakfast on Mother's Day, great hostess, she also had 3 English men guests, they were fun to chat with. We were off to the Lakes,, sunny lots of trees and rocks started to show up in the Landscape. The stone fences are something to behold. We now have Con2 GPS speaking up, so I get a break from navigating until she disappears----
We had some dual carriage, which means 4 lane, but then it was time to turn ...

St Paddy's day (known as an excuse to drink)

A travel blog entry by angel2014 on Mar 17, 2014

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... in an irish pub on St Paddy's Day. We headed along Grafton Street which is know as a shopping street where hundreds of young people had gathered outside of McDonald's and were almost stupendously drunk. As we headed to the pub a couple of my friends and I decided that the craziness also known as St Paddy's day was almost too much and we headed back home to recuperate from it.

So we ended our day. St ...

A Night of Irish Craic

A travel blog entry by jessmackay on Aug 17, 2013

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... up to be, set aside either your Sunday or your Monday night and be prepared for some side splitting 'Craic’ (local lingo) and a few drinks as these local comedians dish out everything they’ve got (feel free to tip them at the end, trust me you’ll want to).

For more information and the upcoming acts check out their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Come ...