Judge Darley's Hotel
Travel Blogs from Dublin
... monastery in either Britain or Ireland or may have had contributions from various Columban institutions from both Britain and Ireland. It is believed to have been created c. 800.
The book is thought to have originated from the Scottish Island of Iona and during unsettled times was taken to Ireland. It was found buried in a leather wallet. To see this work and to stop and cast your mind back to the date of its creation and then ...
... accom. this was another little treat/surprise for Justin (and me:). the hotel was just the best, after staying at the middle of the road hotels or B&B's, this was seriously 5*, and I had booked us in for the thermal pool (well a large heated spa actually) that was amazing, the pool is enclosed on three sides, but totally open to the gardens and views beyond, so whilst sitting in the heated pool you had the chill of the open air all around, it would ...
Had a wee sleep in this am,then went on a tour of Dublin City on the coach,showers of rain again but not cold 18 degs. Dublin is the city of writers and poets and many examples of Georgian architecture is displayed through out the city. Beautiful parks are situated amidst the city ,Phoenix Park takes up 780 acres,twice the size ...
... go straight to the top floor which has 360 degree views of Dublin and drink your complimentary pint of Guinness. Slainte (Irish for cheers) is the only word I know in Irish.
Quick trip home for a shower before off to the Merry Ploughmen, up in the hills, for dinner, music and dancing. Sarah works at this pub and it is a great chance to immerse yourself in Irish fun and culture. Music is everywhere in ...
... back into the village and wander around for a while its back on the train. As his is my last night in Dublin its spent wandering the touristy spots like Grafton street and St Stephens Green. Plenty of people out tonight as the weather is balmy.
Not really looking forward to leaving as i have enjoyed my stay in Dublin, plus i have enjoyed the accommodation and the host, Bob. We have spent many hours chatting about a range of topics. Such a nice irish fellow.
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North Inner City, Dublin | 4 star hotelfrom $77
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Artane - Whitehall, Dublin | 3 star hotelfrom $80
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