Shining Hostel

Address: 90-92 Marlborough Street, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the North Inner City area of Dublin, is near O'Connell Street, General Post Office (GPO), Definitive Dublin Walking Tour, and Anna Livia Millennium Fountain.
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Dublin part deux

A travel blog entry by carollhartline on Oct 04, 2014

5 comments, 5 photos

... really good. The other name for black pudding is blood pudding. Needless to say, I only ate pancakes.
We then went to see the book of Kells. You mostly look at a well designed exhibit with reproductions from the book. Very interesting. The book itself is smaller then I thought it would be. The illustration is so detailed! Just fascinating to see how it was done and the ...

London Street Games

A travel blog entry by theronbeet90 on Jun 26, 2014

... video games and budget-friendly obstacles substantial fun and fantastic for being familiar with each other just before the big day. We can tailor a romantic witch hunt for 2, arrange a day out for tiny groups of 3 or additional folks, or set up something for hundreds of teams all competing for prizes in a race round London or its suburban areas. What we could provide is just restricted by your budget plan and ...

Ancient Books and Beautiful Gardens

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jun 07, 2014

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... written in Latin and lavishly illustrated on vellum in the ninth century by monks. We were able to view two pages of it on our tour of the Trinity Library. The library's second floor also had exhibits about Irish history and Brian Boru, one of the early kings. The oldest known Irish harp was on display there and is the model for the emblem of Ireland (I had thought it was the shamrock!). After our campus visit we took a little walk on the ...

Our Journey In Dublin Continues

A travel blog entry by terrym1004dar on Dec 22, 2013

3 comments, 8 photos

... Hannah and Roy had Irish Stew. Their's was good too. Justin had some other kind of stew, can't remember the name. We finished with a Bailey's and coffee and shared a slice of delicious apple pie. We ended our evening with a walk by the River Liffey and back to the hotel. We have an early start in the morning as we head off toward London. Have to get up at 5:30am. It was a magnificent day and hardly any rain! We're having a wonderful ...


A travel blog entry by docdavid on Sep 22, 2013

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... in a side street. At that time, despite the majority of Irish being catholic, the catholic church itself was suppressed, and relegated to a quiet corner of town!! In any case, the mass was quite something - it was the Ordinary form (Novus Ordo), but sung in Latin.

Today was the grand final of the Irish (Gaelic) football, between Dublin and Mayo. In case you're interested, Dublin won by a ...