The Cobblestone Hostel

Address: 29 Eustace St, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the South-East Inner City area of Dublin, is near Irish Film Centre, Meeting House Square, The Ark: A Cultural Centre for Children, and Claddagh Records.
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    Travel Blogs from Dublin


    A travel blog entry by a.baker.abroad on May 09, 2015

    ... hostel for a quick change and back into Temple Bar the nights activities. We wandered into the Quays Bar, and well, we were in there for a while. After hearing some great live music, some traditional Irish some not, earlier in the afternoon the music at the Quays Bar did not disappoint. I've already uploaded a few of my favourite moments from the night but there were many more I did not get a chance to video and share with you. The live acts finished around midnight so ...

    One Month Mark

    A travel blog entry by shannon.dirrane on Apr 19, 2015

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    ... with me the whole time... thank you Flannery's... and I thought it was going to be my slowest 5k ever. I knew there were tons of people behind me, but when I ran through and saw 27:24 I was in shock. I thought I had seen it wrong, but Julia and Fran who was waiting for us were both like nope its definitely 27 minutes. I can't believe I managed to run my fastest 5k ever by about 5 minutes in Dublin. It's pretty cool and I am always going to remember it. ...

    2nd week in Dublin aka "Fair Play to ya!"

    A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Feb 15, 2015

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    ... for the night resting, and going to the open mic at the International Bar in the Temple Bar Area tomorrow night, so it’s on! I’m Terrified… but! After work I cycled to the Marino Casino, which is a fantastic structure, its really beautiful, so strange its placement, it’s a national monument and I came across it a few weeks ago in my googling and its close so why not check it out! PLUS Bram Stoker’s childhood home was nearby too so lets do it up! So, ...


    A travel blog entry by laurackennedy on Dec 04, 2014


    ... hers, but she still supports all those who follow her. She is a pillar, she is the temple. Their expectations are unfounded. No person should be expected to hold all of this.

    She sits cross armed and waits, always waiting. Se bites her nails, they are all the sustenance she can afford today. Who knows what the other two generations will eat. They are never satisfied. Always wanting more, always expecting her to provide. She is ...


    A travel blog entry by clbutler on Sep 06, 2014

    ... We walked to "The Bank" restaurant, a beautiful building, they had a replica of "The Book of Kells". We had a really nice lunch, soups and salads. Off again to wonder some of the nicer shops. Kathleen found family history for her Dad's mothers family "Grennan" at "The House of Names", it will be a nice thing to take home to her parents. We walked through the main gate at Trinity College and then to Butler's ...