Caulfield's Hotel

18-19 Dorset Street, Dublin, County Dublin, 1, Ireland | Hotel
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Scenic Day 9

A travel blog entry by jas20j


... helped it become a major centre of religion, learning, craftsmanship, and trade by the 9th century was the most famous in Ireland. Many of the high kings were buried here. The crosses preserved at Clonmacnoise provided a major way to educate the mainly illiterate population in the new religion of Christianity. Each of the preserved crosses shared the stories of the gospels, including Jesus' death and resurrection in ...

Day 2: Exploring Dublin

A travel blog entry by sdsupharm14


... program in some cities, so it will be interesting to see if this is a program incorporated into US pharmacies in the future. Another service pharmacists provide is the flu vaccine. Similarly to the US, they require CPR and anaphylaxis training every 2 years. However, there are no other continuing education requirements. Some other differences we discussed, are that most Irish pharmacies are independently owned. Unlike the US, only about 10%2525 ...


A travel blog entry by benstevens


... handshake. We got talking for about 10 minutes and I learnt that he was a musician on his way to practise. He wasn't playing that night, which if he had been would have been the icing on the cake to this chance meeting, but he did offer me a few useful tips on the trams to get me back to Temple Bar and where I should go to see him play if I ever came back to Dublin. After he left I marvelled at how wonderful life can be sometimes, throwing coincidence after coincidence at ...

Some Nerdy Notes for my Juigi

A travel blog entry by tesslangan

... where parasites had attacked the calves- Recently, Trinity used ultra-violet rays or some such thing to run a pigment analysis of the manuscript. The black lettering was made from crushed wasp nests, the white from chalk- The woman giving this lecture was really quite excited about, why gosh, everything (including pictures of rats eating the holy eucharist and monks sucking their toes!) . She said and I ...

Days 6-11

A travel blog entry by zurnal101


First off, sorry for the lack of posts. Once I finished in Germany coming back to Ireland has been a bit of a struggle to get situated but I finally found a living situation in my teammates Keith Anderson, house. So Germany didn't work out. Again, like France, the team was old and had more experience than I do. I didn't play my best basketball but I still made an impressive showing...just not good enough to make the team. The language barrier was harder in Germany than it was France. ...

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This hotel, located in the Northside area of Dublin, is near Dublin Writers Museum, The Long Hall, Cobalt Cafe and Gallery, and Mountjoy Square.
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