Adams Trinity Hotel

28 Dame Street, Dublin, County Dublin, 2, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dublin

Dublin's Fair City

A travel blog entry by molliecura

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... in the world than a Dublin/Barcelona love affair!

My first visit was mainly just helping James get settled in- unpacking, organizing, lots of girlfriend-y stuff. We managed to get out a bit too. The first night I arrived, we went to a neighborhood called Temple Bar. Had you blindfolded me and dropped me there, I would have thought we were in South Boston. And I loved it! It felt SO home-y to me. Who would have thought that clean-cut frat guys doing stupid ...

From one room to another

A travel blog entry by pamplonas2

... Stopped right away, for there completely out of the ordinary apples , on bare branches.
So what else do you do beside paint them would be to write a poem...The apples of winter, have not hit the ground. Unlike winters' snow, winters' apples they still grow.Shades of red, mixed with green, I stop to find out what it may mean.Sticking to each branch are apples unfettered, no leaves to be seen, the apples unrequited. Remain motionless in their being.19 jan.


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C'mon, Ireland!

A travel blog entry by europe2.0

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... is going to beat the All Blacks and ruin their perfect season. In the last thirty seconds, Ireland turned the ball over and the All Blacks had it with time running out. In order for the game to actually end, the ball needs to go out of bounds. Ireland was never able to regain possession and kick the ball out....and the All Blacks scored in the 80th min, beating Ireland 24-22. it was a heart breaker, but what a match! I can't wait to see Ireland play again!
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Dublin Day 3

A travel blog entry by angeleah.parey

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... of the ring, particularly concerning Richard Joyce, a silversmith from Galway circa 1700, who is said to have invented the Claddagh design as we know it. Legend has it that Joyce was captured and enslaved by Algerian Corsairs around 1675 while on a passage to the West Indies; he was sold into slavery to a Moorish goldsmith who taught him the craft. King William III sent an ambassador to Algeria to demand the release of any and all British subjects who ...

Has it really been a month?

A travel blog entry by cpelaez

I'm starting to really miss home...

The excitement of being in a new country is quickly dwindling as those things which were so new to me a couple of weeks ago become the norm. I'm about to start my fifth week of the semester and in a week's time I will be in midterm week. I still love being here, but as time progresses this becomes more like my home and I can't help but feel homesick for my real home.

I know that I still have a lot to see, ...

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Location

This hotel, located in the Trinity College area of Dublin, is near Stag's Head, Irish Film Centre, The Ark: A Cultural Centre for Children, and Claddagh Records.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Adams Trinity Hotel Dublin

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good