Herbert Park Hotel

Ballsbridge 4, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $151.00

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Revisiting Dublin

A travel blog entry by prinret


Dublin is a fascinating city. Every time I visit, I am more intrigued.

We did a tour of Dublin by bus, contending with somewhat heavy Friday afternoon traffic. From our bus I was surprised to see a Tim Hortons coffee shop, a bit of Canada in an unexpected place. We stopped at St. Patrick's Cathedral, an Anglican cathedral that had originally been Catholic in medieval times. Due to the restrictions on Catholics under British rule, there are ...

My Third Day in Ireland

A travel blog entry by wheretonext1988

... through there as it was crowded.

After walking into the centre of Dublin and walking around checking out a few stores here and there, we walked back to the car for the return back to Limerick.

Once we had dinner, we had a few drinks and chatted in which led to a late night. However, very relaxed and enjoyable.

And that was the end of my third day.

Day 8 - Dublin to france

A travel blog entry by rwarren

... of the hotel because of the street market tomorrow morning. I asked where we could park. He said "well, it's better for ME if you park in my private garage" We ended up doing that because all the parking was full. We unloaded our bags and then went to find dinner. Philippe suggested a couple of places so we went to one that was right across from the theatre. It was good. Waitress spoke some English. Scott and I shared a quiche, Merlin had lamb, Beth ...

Into Thin Éire

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999


... was reluctant to help the poor Irish peasants, which drove anger towards them. The tragic event also formed a major pillar of Irish Nationalism that would grow in the late 1800's and eventually culminate in the 1916 Easter Uprising and Irish Revolution.

Another interesting part of the tour was how Connor emphasized the way in which Dublin is quite different from the rest of Ireland. First established by the Vikings, not the Irish, Dublin was later the ...

Dublin and Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by simonct


... t disappoint, it was taken by a master’s student in history, so he knew his stuff. We walked the main sights of Dublin like Trinity College, Temple Bar, the old parliament, and others. We heard a lot about the struggle for Irish independence and important events like the 1916 rebellion. We also learned about the complex political history of Ireland. An event I found interesting in Irish history was when there was a vote in the parliament to abolish itself. ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Pembroke - Rathmines area of Dublin, is near The Irish House Party, Drombeg Stone Circle, Sandymount Strand, and National Print Museum.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent