Marlborough Hostel

Address: 81-82 Marlborough Street, Dublin, County Dublin, 1, Ireland | Hostel
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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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Dublin and The Guinness Brewery!

A travel blog entry by narabouts on May 22, 2014

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... Master Brewer explaining the brewing process from beginning to the end product. On the same floor is an exhibition on cooperage - the process of making and shaping the wooden barrels - a skill which has all but died out since the introduction of the steel ones. When we got to the second floor, we were given a sample of the beer in miniature plastic glasses and taught how to use our senses of sight, smell and taste in appreciation of the ...

Luck of the Irish

A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Mar 15, 2014

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... dinner. When it was time to move on to the next place, we realized that finding a seat at a bar near this area was far fetched so we headed out a ways to find a quieter place. We found our last bar, had another drink and the place started getting packed. We decided to had back to the hotel at this point to hang out for a while before bed. We didn't want to party too hard before the big day. We took a cab back, 18 euro for about 4 miles, and went to the ...

THE MOTHERLAND...literally

A travel blog entry by maureenkuhl on Nov 05, 2013

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... the Howth boutique Maggie and Me. Later, I came across an extremely old cemetery and saw another rainbow paint the sky. I had lunch seaside at a placed called (and I'm not kidding) The Bloody Stream-- it was delicious and then wandered around the Howth market before heading back to Dublin to say goodbye and return to the Paddywagon for my departure. I loved what I saw of Ireland and I know I will be back to see more! It was incredibly beautiful and a piece of me will always live ...

Dublin to Galway

A travel blog entry by suetrevsal on Aug 20, 2013

1 comment, 25 photos

... be beneficial as it explained the sites history. The four of us entered the now full theatre just in time to view the film.

Once the film commenced we all soon realised we were watching a film adapted for German tourists. Aaron quickly passed the message on to me to leave I passed it to Sal who passed it to Trevor who for some reason decided not to move. So we were stuck, Sal and I had trouble containing our composure as we saw ...

Last day in Ireland

A travel blog entry by pmzchenry on Aug 06, 2013

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... on the other side of the street giving out tickets. When we got back to the car I did not see a ticket so I tried to hustle everyone into the car so we could get out of town. M wanted to check to make sure that there wasn't some kind of electronic ticket issued. There was a little bit of byplay between us but the final outcome was we got in the car and got out of Dodge without a ticket. Eventually everyone relaxed and we continued our ...