Dun Na Si Guesthouse

Address: Bundoran Road, Ballyshannon, County Donegal, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Bundoran Road, Ballyshannon, is near Irish National Stud, Kildare Village Outlet Shopping, The Curragh Racecourse, and Carlow Castle.
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        Travel Blogs from Ballyshannon

        Our European Adventure - Chapter 3

        A travel blog entry by brods1 on Aug 19, 2015

        8 photos

        ... by car and full of drunks, beggars and anti social behaviour. Now to be fair that was just where we stayed, in Temple Bar, which is full of bars and restaurants, so we kind of got what we deserved, but it's fair to say that during our walks around Dublin City we saw more of the negative behaviour during the day than you would see in King St in Melbourne on a Saturday night. So the first night we stayed close to our lodgings and had an early night, ready for the next ...

        What a Difference a Day Makes

        A travel blog entry by chris_a on Jul 14, 2015

        4 photos

        ... concession acknowledging their EU status. The contrasts between Hong Kong and Dublin are blatantly obvious, even to the untrained observer. The designer brands that dominate the Hong Kong landscape are absent in Dublin. There are no "nouveau riche" flaunting their new-found wealth out on the streets. Dublin architecture is based more on stone, brickwork and timber whereas stainless steel, glass and air conditioners dominate the Hong Kong vista. Dublin has very modern looking trams ...

        Walking the Bloom Way

        A travel blog entry by lscully on May 21, 2015

        15 photos

        ... world. Elizabeth I granted its charter in 1592 so that the good English gentlemen could be properly educated in the wilds of Ireland, and no Catholics were admitted, nor were any women, until the 20th century. The HOHO bus took us all around, and we hopped off at the Guinness Storehouse, where we already had passes which includes a pint at the Gravity Bar, a 360 degrees round glass-windowed top floor with panoramic views of Dublin. We sat with a delightful ...


        A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Apr 27, 2015

        253 photos

        ... say "Hi! this is my 1st haircut in Clontarf!" pshh, what a goof. But we talked up a good storm and he was iimpressed at how much of Ireland I was seeing. He was from dublin and had never been to Derry nor Galway, and just was amazed at this young guy coming over and doing and seeing everything, so he was a nice man, had been in that shop for a few years, in his 40s I'd say. Afterwards he offered me 'product' to keep my hair gelled and I said, "no thanks, I'm all Natural" but ...

        A Few Classes & A Lot of Plans

        A travel blog entry by shannon.dirrane on Jan 22, 2015

        ... of my classes. Sometimes it seems as most the Irish are the minorities, not the majorities. Not surprisingly however, I am recognized as American before I even open my mouth. My style here is different as I try to blend into the sea of people around me, yet they seem to know exactly where I come from.

        Week day nights are filled with a mixture of club scenes, casual pubs, and sessions designated to planning trips. The hardest struggle ...

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