Annagh House

Address: 301 Clontarf Road, Dublin, County Dublin, 3, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Fairview area of Dublin, is near St. Anne's Park, Dublin, Royal Dublin Golf Club, Stena Adventurer, and Dollymount Strand.
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    Vikings and Back to Ol' Blighty

    A travel blog entry by xtopherc on Jun 25, 2015

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    Well, last day in Dublin then back to Manchester to continue our England journey. We used our HOHO bus tickets to meander over to the National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology for some Gaelic and Viking history. There were fascinating displays of ancient treasure hoards from pre-history to medieval times as well as Viking treasure/weapons/burials. ...


    A travel blog entry by harrislazarus on Jun 06, 2015

    ... genealogy...don't let my red beard fool ya, I'm definitely not Irish. I then went to St. Stephens park, which is ginormous. I laid on the grass and took in the sun. After that ate a burger alone, went back to the hostel, and checked into my new room. I went to the lunchroom a bit later and met a German mathematician and a Spanish aerospace engineer. I was intrigued so a group of us went to the pub then came back. Saturday was of little relevance. So, during the course ...

    Day 2 - Leo Pharma

    A travel blog entry by sdsupharm2015 on Apr 08, 2015

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    ... picture on the production floor. Groups split up in the afternoon to take in more of Dublin’s culture. Some students went to see the Book of Kells at Trinity College. The Book of Kells is the first Latin translation of the four gospels of the New Testament. It is ornately decorated with vivid colors and was made in 800 AD. It is truly a phenomenal relic and very important to Irish history. Also, a few students toured St. Patrick’s Cathedral. ...

    The Sound of Music!

    A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Mar 09, 2015

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    ... acapella, and everyone enjoyed it, and we stayed up till "The Lock In", where they dont let anyone else in, the bar closes, but the musicians keep going till close, and there wer ea few souls left listening. I also met Siobhan, an Australian working in England, and she was truly fascinated by my respect and love for Steve Irwin, the late Crocodile Hunter. "You have a very calming voice" she said, ha. Shane and I became best friends too that night and he and Marguerite ...

    Simon Coleman

    A travel blog entry by ess311 on Jan 10, 2015

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    ... Gaelic games. The first was hurling. This sport literally combines every sport I have ever played. It would be more enjoyable if I had skills to play it. Next came handball. This sport is very similar to racquetball. I love playing individual sports because I'm used too. Lastly we played Gaelic football. I was super excited to play it because it was so similar to soccer. I was glad that I was able to burn off energy with ...