Address: Upper Drumcondra Road, Drumcondra, County Dublin, 7, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Upper Drumcondra Road, Drumcondra, is near National Botanic Gardens, Croke Park, Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) Museum, and Casino Marino.
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Travel Blogs from Drumcondra

Megan Smith: a day in Ireland

A travel blog entry by sportsmedicine on Jan 11, 2015

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... locals. When we finally got there, we toured the museum where we met a lovely Dublin guy and his cousins from New Zealand. He was so full of information and it was exciting to hear someone tell us Irish history that we have been learning, but add more to it. For example, during the Easter Rising we learned about the British fighting outside the Post office, where you can still see the bullet holes. ...

Justin Miller Day 5

A travel blog entry by ess311 on Jan 10, 2015

Today we embarked on a Journey to Na Finna GAA, this place was very exciting as we learned to play three of the six Gaelic games. first we learned to play hurling, this was a combination between baseball, hockey and soccer. as you had to hit the ball with your hurley into a net or a goal for either one or three points. it was a very intense and physical game. Then my next adventure was handball, it is essentially racquet ball without the racquet. Finally we ...

Hailee Sizemore

A travel blog entry by sportsmedicine on Jan 08, 2015

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... on the Luas, which takes us back to our hostel. But instead of finding the Luas, we ended up walking all over the city. We did end up finally getting to a Luas station, but when we got there we discovered it was the stop which was right in front of our hostel. After we dropped our belongings off, we started our bus tour. We visited and took a tour of the Dublin castle and the Guinness Storehouse. The Dublin castle was absolutely gorgeous! As for the ...

Dublin (17/12)

A travel blog entry by the_wes on Dec 17, 2014

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... Jail, just not as big. It was opened in the late 1700's and is a very big part of Ireland's history and it,'s independence from the British, as the events that happened within those walls help shaped the Ireland of today. Was a shame that one of the main cell blocks was closed and under restoration, so we were unable to check it out, but still interesting and worth the visit. After doing a tour of Fremantle Jail a few yrs back, I was expecting ...

Day 2 - Dublin

A travel blog entry by tiannarae on Sep 04, 2014

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... starts with the ingredients - water, barley, hops and yeast. •Barley - malted and roasted ( roasting it is what gives it the dark color) •Hops is what gives beer a bitter taste •Yeast - the yeast used is descended from the strain Arthur Guinness used. The director has some of the yeast locked in a safe in case the main supply runs out then they can make more The tour continues with how beer is made and includes a tasting section. The ...