UCD Village

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 Museum of Childhood.
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Travel Blogs from Dublin

University College Dublin

A travel blog entry by angel2014 on Feb 06, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... home. However the in built air conditioner also known as winter in Dublin reminds me in another way that I won't get sun burnt and have my skin peel for at least another year!

I can't believe I've almost been gone for a month but I hope all is well and that everyone is having a great student break while I sit in the library studying sociological theory.

Until next time Slan Duit,

Day 96 - Dublin Day 1

A travel blog entry by hudomagerstein on Oct 11, 2013

... and turned around to see Eddie Rings face staring at me. It was so weird. So we had a good catch up for halfa and then Rob, Jarrod and I headed back to the hostel. At the hostel we met an American guy who told us about a pub crawl that was going on. So we did that. It was a good night, with a lot of sing-a-longs and dancing. Rob went home with a gross, butt ugly girl to top the night ...


A travel blog entry by huntingaurochs on Aug 09, 2013

1 comment, 1 photo

... br> Explored the city: Dublin Castle, Trinity College, window shopping. No time for the brewery tour (they're all the same anyway!)

Took a bus to Dublin airport on 11 August, Irish journey done. Overall impressions of Ireland are predictable: beautiful scenery, very friendly people, more expensive than had thought, best seafood chowder!

Day 14 - Back to Dublin

A travel blog entry by lamondg on Jun 28, 2013

1 comment, 11 photos

... duck into the entry to what once was a majestic cathedral and chapel. There’s a guided tour already underway. Great! It has just moved outside to look at the cross with what might be an image of St Patrick. Oh, you mean back out into the cold?

We brave the elements and learn a lot about this important site, including a small clue about the tensions between the Irish and the English (OK, so burning 2000 people ...

Neolithic People and a Mystery Tour

A travel blog entry by berenicek on Apr 24, 2013

5 comments, 5 photos

... tells us that 'the Archaeological Ensemble of the Bend of the Boyne consists of 3 large and 37 small burial mounds or passage tombs from the Neolithicum. The complex dates from 3300 - 2900 BCE. It has been made a WHS because of its artistic value and its size (the biggest remains from the Neolithic era in Europe). The three most well-known sites within this complex (called Brú na Bóinne in Irish) are the impressive passage graves ...

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