Lansdowne Hotel Ballsbridge

Address: 27-29 Pembroke Road, Dublin, County Dublin, 4, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Ballsbridge area of Dublin, is near Howth Head, Dublin Writers Museum, Howth Hills, and The Long Hall.
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      Dublin Hop On, Hop Off

      A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013 on Sep 16, 2014

      1 comment, 35 photos

      ... is that we usually meet such nice people. This morning we discovered that only three of the five rooms were rented last night. Our breakfast at 8:00 revealed a single lady from Seattle and an East Coast couple who are about the same age we are. The lady from Seattle is a freelance travel writer and will drive around Ireland, clockwise, for the next two weeks before attending a travel conference. The couple ...

      Week 2

      A travel blog entry by mike.schwartz on Jul 16, 2014

      ... I worked with some Bulgarian guy named Demitri and thing I held my own. Hopefully he liked me and I get this job. Should find out tomorrow so next week's post will start on either a high or low note.
      Aside from the job hunt it's been pretty boring, it is nice to have a place though where I have internet everywhere, not just in the specific places like in the hostel. I haven't had a day yet where I didn't drink at least a beer but I still have only been really ...

      The Emerald Isle

      A travel blog entry by rickandluann on May 07, 2014

      22 photos

      ... the Guinness history from 1759 to the present. We learned how to drink Guinness, not just to swallow but, with elbow outstretched, to breathe in, roll the beer over and around the tongue to get the full flavor – and never just sip!

      It was old Mr. Guinness who, after perfecting the art of beer making, perfected the art of keeping one’s employees dedicated and happy. Mr. Guinness instituted the policy ...

      Welcome to Dublin

      A travel blog entry by noha.elhakeem on Oct 09, 2013

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... bunk), I looked out the window and witnessed a guy shooting up. So, I must say and admit, this was the first time I seen this. Live. So i couldn't get my eyes off him. Needle in his arm and everything. Then, nodded off. Then..

      He took it out.

      Yes, you read right. He took IT out. IT. All ashen and "happy". I will spare you with more descriptives, but I swear, Im traumatized. He just lay there, with IT out. People coming and going like it was nothing. ...

      Guinness, sightseeing and great craic

      A travel blog entry by kev_erin on Aug 13, 2013

      2 comments, 22 photos

      ... and brewing process but still very enjoyable. We even got to learn how to pour the perfect Guinness and we received a certificate to prove it! The Guinness tasted great, quite different to how we remember it back in Perth. Perhaps another pint upon returning to Perth is in order to do a comparison. After enjoying the views from the panoramic glass bar on the 7th floor it was time to call it a night and head back to our hotel. Whilst walking from the Guinness ...