Marlborough Hostel

81-82 Marlborough Street, Dublin, County Dublin, 1, Ireland | Hostel
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Erin Go Bragh!

A travel blog entry by swaplatitudes


... area were quite pricey.

The next couple days were filled with driving and minor anxiety attacks on my part. Kidding, but really I'm not sure how our little car made it around every tight corner with a rock wall inches from the left and speeding cars coming at us on the right. My heart was in my throat more than once, but we survived. The pull-offs along the way seemed to get more beautiful the further we went. No sooner did we stop once that I ...

Day 7 & 8 - Dublin

A travel blog entry by lisa.mundy.754


... to Dublin.. We had the EMINEM concert on night 1 so didn't get to explore much..and during the city tour, we found about 6 places we wanted to go back to, but only had free time from 7pm to explore, as we were off to Galway at 8:30 the next morning.. the city tour showed us where everything was, but the only actual 'visit' was Trinity College, to see the book of Kells (a religious writing from 1200 years ago, printed on calf skin) And we also saw the long library room, which ...

Welcome to Dublin!

A travel blog entry by grantgirls


... floor to ceiling windows. We sat by the window and savored our free drinks.

We then headed back to the center of town to have dinner before the Pub Crawl. Michelle broke 1 of her rules because we all ordered fish and chips. The fish was decent, typical fried cod but the chips were really good. We then headed to a bar to check in for the Pub Crawl. Because it was Michelle's birthday she got to go for free!! We got there early enough to meet and talk to the guide Adam and ...

County Wicklow and One Drunken Night

A travel blog entry by zolina


... something cinnamon-apple, something like whipped cream, an eclair, and a wonderful lemon tart.

The show was really good, with the first hour just the Irish musicians on stage. The singer had a great Irish voice and there was also a guitar, banjo, accordian, and bodhran (boh-ran). Then the second hour was more jigs and reels, with Irish dancers coming out about every other song. It was really fun.

By the time the show was over it ...

Dublin - day one

A travel blog entry by elisecgordon


... the Irish News (in Gaeltacht), but not very successful. There was an interesting program on the tenements of Dublin back in history which looked at the living conditions, the change in social conditions before, during and following the potato famine. There's so much to see and do in Dublin, it's hard to decide where to go and what to see in which order... And I'm attempting to fit it in to just a couple of ...

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This hostel, located in the Northside area of Dublin, is near Dublin Bus Tours, General Post Office (GPO), Dr. Quirkey's Good Time Emporium, and Anna Livia Millennium Fountain.
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