Shining Hostel

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, Definitive Dublin Walking Tour, General Post Office (GPO), and Anna Livia Millennium Fountain.
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Travel Blogs from Dublin


A travel blog entry by garbogaz on Aug 16, 2014

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... of communicating. I love shopping in Dublin ,Kath goes into the shops and I stay outside listening to the music. She ended not buying a thing,I ended up with 3 CDs and spent 20 usual the CDs don't sound anywhere near as good as the live performance and that was confirmed when we played them in the car on the way to Dingle. Shopping over off to the Guinness storehouse..the brewery where Guinness was made. What a great ...

We arrived in Dublin!

A travel blog entry by calo4 on Jul 13, 2014

4 comments, 28 photos

... s Irish Cream, Sue had a beer, SteveB a Sprite, and I drank red wine. Unfortunately, the long trip and all of the activity were again catching up with Dad, so when the match went into extra time, we all went back to the hotel to watch the end so that Dad could call it a night. Congratulations Germany!!!

It was a great start today to what we are expecting to be another great trip. We can't wait to enjoy another day in Dublin tomorrow!



A travel blog entry by karen0206 on Jan 03, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... scientists created a cross breed between sheep and giraffe (in response to a foot and mouth disease outbreak), after discovering that the DNA of sheep and giraffes were actually very similar. Aptly named Gireeps, they had the body of a sheep but a slightly longer neck. I was so excited when we drove past to take photos and even wondered whether I would be allowed to post them on Facebook. Luckily I didn't, because she had fooled us and they were actually just alpacas (I am ...

Dublin and Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by simonct on Oct 08, 2013

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... and the "troubles" and how it all started. We saw some of the famous murals from both sides including murals to the famous hunger strikers including the leader Bobby Sands. Our driver was a republican so we did get a biased viewpoint, but we did see the loyalist side of Belfast too. Much to my surprise there is still a wall called the "peace wall" which separates protestant and catholic areas. In areas close to the wall, some people even have metal cages over ...

Bye Belfast, hello Dublin

A travel blog entry by miura09 on Aug 22, 2013

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... arrived in Dublin, ended up catching a cab to get to our accommodation. The main bus station that we were supposed to catch so we caught a cab. He dropped us off and charged 12€ but for some reason Nadzha thought they used pounds so paid in pounds. When we checked in, the guy filled us in on everything that we needed to know including public transport, cheap eatery, clubs and tourist spots. He was very helpful. I found it amusing when he informed us of breakfast. ...