JB's Apartments

Wilton Place, Dublin, County Dublin, Dublin 2, Ireland | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Dublin

Days 180 - 188: Scotland, Ireland and England

A travel blog entry by djmorton


... Michael sitting at the end of her bed. Thankfully the Queen is well practiced in small chit-chat, which developed trust before cleverly asking Michael if he'd like a cigarette. The Queen phoned for a cigarette "for the man at the end of my bed". Then obviously he was taken away but only charged with stealing, the wine and biscuits, as at that time Buckingham Palace wasn't a 'designated site' so he wasn't trespassing as such...According to the Aussie guide who told me ...

THE MOTHERLAND...literally

A travel blog entry by maureenkuhl


... on when I started to feel rain. I literally laughed out loud because the sun was shinning. Then, I turned around, looked up and saw the most beautiful, full rainbow stretching across the sky in front of me over the water below. The view truly took my breath away. I climbed back down and explored the village a bit more. I wondered into the last 30 minutes of the Sunday celebration at the Church of Assumption and then ventured on to have quite the conversation with Maggie, ...


A travel blog entry by docdavid


... to squeeze in some sight seeing as well. A highlight was the Book of Kells, held in the library at Trinity College. This is an illuminated manuscript of the four gospels, copied by monks in c. 800. It is beautifully illustrated. Of course - no photos allowed, but I have included here an image from google. It's hard to comprehend looking at a book that is 1200 years old! Then I toured the "Old Library" at Trinity. This huge ...

Intro to Dublin

A travel blog entry by tracyz


... of Handel's Messiah, and once a year just outside the hotel the performance is reenacted.

We dropped our bags and headed just down the street a bit where we could catch the hop-on hop-off bus. Tickets on the bus are good for 2 days, and our plan was to use it as a means to see the city. Our first plan was to ride the entire loop to get a look at all of the attractions, and then to ...


A travel blog entry by fleaber


On Sunday night, Matty and I said our goodbyes to our beloved bear dog (my goodbye was considerably more teary than Matt's) and left for the airport. Our parents were there to say goodbye and I fear that they took a lot of photos of us looking tired and red-eyed. My favorite part of the first 13 hour flight from Adelaide to Dubai was getting to see the red hot sunrise peeping over the raging sand storm as we came in to land. I wish I'd had ...


This hostel, located in the South-East Inner City area of Dublin, is near City Sightseeing, Gray Line Dublin Tour, Drombeg Stone Circle, and Lough Hyne.
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