UCD Village

Belfield, Dublin, County Dublin, 4, Ireland | Hostel
 

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Dublin, Belfast back to Dublin

A travel blog entry by adyw

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Dublin Town

A travel blog entry by rozzij

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... Obelisk and red deer in the park behind the huge cross erected for the visit of Pope John Paul II visit. From there we pass the President's Palace with the light burning in one of the windows to guide the Irish home and then past the Zoo. We see the tall thin spike which is called the Tower of Light, also as a beacon for the Irish to find their way back to Ireland and important in this year of the Gathering. The Irish call it the Stiletto in the Ghetto - I ...

A Taste of Dublin :)

A travel blog entry by lily1421

We just got back from Dublin last night and it was definitely a good time had by all. I think my feet are still swollen from all the walking I did. We definitely booked it the whole time and were all over the city. I got to see the canal area, St. Stephen's Green, the Writer's Museum, the National Gallery, Trinity College, Grafton Street and more. I even got to take in a show Saturday night at the Gate Theater. ...

Irish Road Trip - Dublin Town

A travel blog entry by trina.manz

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... be less fair to the Irish (as was the justice system of the time heavily favouring the English). She also had her sword out and pointed as opposed to sitting as a last resort behind her, meaning she was swift to use violence and extreme justice compared to fairness. Then she had a fancy set of working scales, one of which was under her outstretched hand. This meant that when it would rain one side would fill up quickly and the scales would be unbalanced... Much like the ...

The Adventure Begins

A travel blog entry by travisbravo13

... down and had a tour of their house, we then were introduced to Gally who was still in bed after he had a very big night before. Gen woke him up even though he wasn't very conscious and could barely see/talk which was really funny. Gen hoped back into bed and Fiona and I went and had a lay down which didn't take long until I was asleep. We all woke up a little bit later and went and had some lunch, Gally then came out a little better and introduced himself properly, which was good ...

Location

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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