Hotel St. George
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
Photos of Hotel St. George
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel St. George Dublin
Travel Blogs from Dublin
Norma's plan to revisit Harry Potter on the way to the plane on the way to Ireland didn’t work out. There were more souvenirs she forgot to get the first time through that she just had to have. (But they wouldn’t let us in without a ticket just to visit the souvenir shop. "So sorry, mate," the guard said. “But you can get it online.” No, Norma replies. “There is not nearly the amount of stuff online as in the souvenir shop.” To no ...
Explored the town again on foot. Got the car sorted for tomorrow and then headed back to Dublin Castle for the guided tour. It was very interesting, especially the tour of the medieval parts of the castle. Went through the State Apartments as well. Walked down to the Docklands via Temple Bar and then back to the hotel via Grand Canal ...
... temple bar. Its red and we made sure we got a photo of it too. Any way what we did not realise was that Ireland were playing Italy in the 6 nations in Dublin on Saturday. The place was packed!!! we tried a few pubs but could get anywhere to sit down so mosied on and found us a place just outside temple bar for a nice dinner and a few more pints. It was a massive day of sites and pints so we headed home for some zzzz, we had to pick our car up at 9am on Sunday so ...
... Centu, 71 Polish cents
# of times we did laundry: 4
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 25
# of holes Amber's sneakers: 4
Next stop: Heading north to Belfast, Northern Ireland ...
... goal which is worth 1 point and goal with a goal which is worth 3, there are pads and it gets very very physical. Keith, KC and I went into town for it and it was awesome! The pubs were packed, people EVERYWHERE, and Dublin won! It was a great atmosphere I have pictures of that too so check it out. Monday I went into the city to talk to DBS (Dublin Business School) about applying and met with the athletic director of the school about the possibility of a ...