UCD Village

Address: Belfield, Dublin, County Dublin, 4, Ireland | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Ballsbridge area of Dublin, is near Sandymount Strand, Booterstown Bird Sanctuary, Dillon Garden, and River Dodder.
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    A Few Classes & A Lot of Plans

    A travel blog entry by shannon.dirrane on Jan 22, 2015

    Another week is in the books just like that. Where has the time gone since I have been here?? It's weird because I have been living in another country for 2 weeks and only known the people I have been with for a very short time, but I feel like I have been here forever. Aside from missing my family, bed, and showering without flip flops, I have a …

    Dakota Shirar

    A travel blog entry by sportsmedicine on Jan 07, 2015

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    Today was a day full of lectures. There were a total of 6. I liked having a slower day to be back in a classroom setting and learning. The first speaker talked individually about the sports and where the funding comes from. The second speaker taught us about the history of sports and the GAA. He kind of cast a new light on the GAA. The third …

    Ireland, day one

    A travel blog entry by golfchick0112 on Apr 20, 2014

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    ... No joke, we saw a lot of it in a couple hours. Christchurch and St Patricks cathedrals, St Stephens green (a large and lovely park), Grafton Street (lots of shopping), and Temple Bar. Unfortunately, since it's Sunday (and Easter Sunday, at that), not a damn thing was open other than a few coffee shops. We stopped at one early-on to have some more espresso and some food. (Berry muffin for me, egg-in-the-hole for Randy).

    By 9:30am, I thought I was going to die. We stopped at ...

    A Hundred Thousand Welcomes ( and insults)

    A travel blog entry by tesslangan on Jan 04, 2014

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    My first interaction with an Irishman was with our cab driver. He looked in a way that I had already come to identify as typically Irish: beaky nose, beady eyes and colors like the city of Dublin (grays and rusty browns). I got into the cab along with two other girls from my program, Be and Meredith, and our cabby said something in Gaelic that sounded--to me-- vaguely like " hemoglobin." Then he played a trick on Meredith, asking her if ...

    Western Ireland

    A travel blog entry by stazz on Sep 20, 2013

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    ... It would have been nice to stay a little longer, but its hard out there without a vehicle. Lots of land. We also got to a church...can't remember what it was called, but the cool thing was that this church was built without a roof....the only part of a roof was over the area where the priest would speak. Apparently he didn't want to get wet if it rained...pretty selfish to me! lol jk. But it was a neat church....it was then built as cemetery. I also found a grave with ...

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