JB's Apartments

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

Best pub in Temple Bar? Temple Bar Pub!

A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Jan 04, 2015

... in a cage in our carriage on this train. The toddler is directly across the aisle from us, and the budgie is in front of them. Together they make such spectacularly contrasting repeated noise I'm tempted to record it, stick it through auto tune, and make a new 2015 hit single. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We arrived in Dublin, dumped our stuff at the hostel and started exploring around midday. We went straight for the Viking and Medieval Quarter and found a really cool ...

Leaving Party - Time to say Good-bye!

A travel blog entry by ambulantali on Sep 06, 2014

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... and have the chance to catch up one more time before I leave. There were very generous gifts and donations to help me on my travels - you all know who you are and I'm extremely grateful. I think I lost about 3 drinks with all the getting up and sitting down and walking around.
It came to the cake cutting time and I, for some insane reason, decided to make a speech. I can't really remember what I said, but no glasses were thrown and nobody walked out that I know of, so ...

Ireland to Wales

A travel blog entry by joeandsally on Aug 21, 2014

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Hi everyone
Sorry you haven't heard from us for a few days just didn't have access to email!

Last morning in Ireland spent walking the suburb of Ballsbridge as this where our B&B was. Had a great morning, walked down and along the pier, had coffee and it was time to get back to collect our bags and taxi to the Port of Dublin.
Just as well we taxied as there is no way we would have found our way in to the Port, ...

Castles, Burial Mounds and Cities

A travel blog entry by fougereg on Jun 20, 2014

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... Yes the stirring of the waste was the job given to left handed persons (the true SDs) who hopefully had a stick to perform the task. We took a wrong turn and arrived at the back entrance to our next site which meant we had to basically circle the site to arrive at the correct entrance to the Bru na Boinne (burial mounds). There are 40 burial mounds in the surrounding area and two large ones are open to the public. There were built around 3200 BC and the largest is ...


A travel blog entry by terry-christina on May 15, 2014

We had a fairly disorganised day. We decide to take the train to Cork, to give Terry some relief from driving. We misjudged the traffic, thinking peak hour would be over by 9am, which meant we had 16 seconds to catch the train. Which meant I had to run. What a sight - Terry hobbly running and me wobbly running.

The trip took over 2 hours, and the train was crowded and noisy, but in a friendly way. Many groups were playing cards and having a ...

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