Clontarf Court Hotel

Address: 225 Clontarf Road, Dublin, County Dublin, 3, Ireland | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Fairview area of Dublin, is near Bank of Ireland, Royal Dublin Golf Club, Stena Adventurer, and Dollymount Strand.
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Travel Blogs from Dublin

Dublin - National Museums of Ireland

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Aug 03, 2015

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... uncovered periodically. Considering how precious gold was always considered, it’s amazing how societies with so little in many parts of the world as well as Ireland would stick so much of such great value permanently into the ground with the prominent dead. Early Christian, Viking Age, and Medieval Irish Christian art in the museum is very distinctive and beautiful, some pieces of it attributed to having been owned by the all-important Saint ...


A travel blog entry by chintz on Jun 13, 2015

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... after. Guinness turned St Stephens Green from a private park over to a public park for all to enjoy.

The Loreto High School used to supply breakfasts to the poor each day.

The Georgian houses were originally built for the gentry, then they turned into the slum area before again becoming gentrified.

There has been no car manufacturing since the sixties in Ireland. Unemployment ...

Full circle to Dublin again

A travel blog entry by woodsies on Apr 24, 2015

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... as we had to get the car back in Dublin, but Peter doggedly pressed on and wound around the streets again and we got to the Chruch of Ireland cathedral, also called St Patrick's! Less imposing, much simpler and less decorated, but with people inside and things happening. So by visiting both we did feel that we had made connection with the spiritual centre of Ireland.

We had to move quickly to get to Dublin, and certainly all ...

First day in Dublin!

A travel blog entry by shannon.dirrane on Jan 10, 2015

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... my 100 lbs of luggage behind me, while the wind kept gusting ferociously. We arrived and got out hotel keys, to find out Julia and I were in the same room (thank God). A little nap and shower refreshed us for orientation where I was told NOT to stick together and take drinks of strangers... KK.

We formed scavenger hunt groups which consisted of me, Julia, Shannon ...

Ghosts and Tombs

A travel blog entry by will.kruss on Dec 13, 2014

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... which ate into our day a lot more than we expected.

From here we drove up to Belfast and made our way to the Titanic Quarter, so named because the Titanic was built here. We toured the Nomadic, which was a tender to Titanic and built specifically for that purpose, with similar luxuries found on the Titanic. It is the last surviving ship from the White Star Line fleet. Again, the guided tour (necessary) took over an hour. The ...