Herbert Park Hotel

Address: Ballsbridge 4, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland | 4 star hotel
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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, Lough Hyne, and National Print Museum.
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    Who has their own bike?

    A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Sep 01, 2014

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    ... the ceremony and stood where the fields and deer are today.

    The Farmleigh estates was an interesting find and they were open to the public to venture in to. Ponds, animals and estate mansions awaited us.

    We finished near the start of the park and played some Football (we are becoming European - soccer).

    Simple dinner, saying good-byes and packing... next stop...
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    Final Dublin Days

    A travel blog entry by kendra.towns on Aug 13, 2014

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    ... white photos. To kiss the Blarney Stone I had to climb to the very top of a very steep and narrow staircase. Once at the top you walked around the very top of the tower and then sat down on a mat, grabbed the bars behind your head and then slid back while putting your head back to kiss the bottom stone. There is guy there to take pictures of you and another guy to hold on to you so you don't fall down. Well I can say I did it! I kissed the Blarney Stone! Lemme just pull ...

    The Gaol & Leprechaun

    A travel blog entry by tanyaboyer on May 19, 2014

    10 photos

    ... to keep them happy. - there are many myths about not being able to cut certain trees down or move rocks because you could upset the fairies. Now you can see from above that G and I learnt some really useful facts that we will be able to use in everyday life.......not. But hey it was 45 mins of light entertainment and we were helping the local tourism economy. We finished that little tour and then needed a snack and G needed a Guinness, so we headed to a local bar to ...

    Cork

    A travel blog entry by terry-christina on May 15, 2014

    ... It wasn't raining, so we just sat and looked out the window. We went across the Curragh and saw the famous racecourse, and the magnificent horses gazing nearby, including cute little foals.

    There were seemingly endless green fields, meandering streams, black and white cows, castle ruins, and yellow and white blossom.

    We arrived in Cork about 12.30 and caught a bus into town. We walked around to the English Market, and had ...

    Whiskey and Rebels and a Snowy End

    A travel blog entry by oski on Feb 11, 2014

    19 photos

    ... cells to prisoners. The Victorian wing is a towering open three story building with cells on the perimeter and open space in the center. The acoustics are perfect in the building, designed for a guard to hear any inmates conspiring or interacting when they should be in silent self-reflection. Despite knowing how many men, women and children were housed here and the conditions of prisons of the time, this Victorian wing was just beautiful to me. Dramatic and ...