Le Cirk Hotel

Address: 32 Dame Street, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Royal Exchange area of Dublin, is near Stag's Head, Irish Film Centre, The Ark: A Cultural Centre for Children, and Claddagh Records.
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Bono and Steel Cut Oats

A travel blog entry by brellowgirl on Feb 16, 2015

1 comment, 96 photos

... through my phone-technology is so cool. It was overcast all day so it made the cathedral a little spooky looking from the outside. The inside though was amazing, even the floors were beautiful! I also, of course, got to brush up on my Latin which I love!! By the time I was ready to leave Rob was just about ready to call it a day with work. We hit up St. Stephen's Green and saw some of the fattest swans we've ever seen. We walked around town and stopped in ...

RJ Wilson

A travel blog entry by sportsmedicine on Jan 06, 2015

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... we'd go with something normal at a burger and shake place. Then we did the historical walking tour. I enjoyed hearing about the cease fire ducks, Trinity College, and the old parliament. We also learned how to use the trams today which seems like it'll be helpful. I feel like I got my orientation as well witch means I'll have an easier time getting around the city using maps. Today was ...

Famine's over but feasting has to stop soon!

A travel blog entry by helwit on Aug 23, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... We had hoped to visit Newgrange, where you can actually go inside, but all the guided tours were sold out for the day when we arrived, so we had to be content with Knowth, which is the larger of the great mounds. It is estimated to have been created over 5,000 years ago, and the most impressive part are the large decorated stones around the outside. Their markings are still clear in most cases - you can see spirals, concentric circles, triangles, zigzags and sun and ...

All day in Dublin!

A travel blog entry by calo4 on Jul 14, 2014

1 comment, 31 photos

... of sips, and SteveB gave his pint to some other tourists. Let it be known to all who frequent The Manor that Dad lost a drinking contest to Patty today!

Our drinking was just getting started! After having lunch, we decided to go to the Jameson Distillery. Here we had a very funny tour guide who led us around a series of rooms explaining the process for making Jameson Irish Whiskey. He had quite a few one-liners for the crowd, so it was a lot of ...

Castles, Burial Mounds and Cities

A travel blog entry by fougereg on Jun 20, 2014

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... job. The castle keep had four towers, three are still standing. The two towers (west and south) furtherest from the entrance had the family quarters. The family quarters contained a toilet ( basically a ledge with a hole to take waste away to a pit at the bottom level. Since the people of the time did not believe in washing as it would cause diseases, they had to fumigate their clothes. This was done by stirring the waste in the pit resulting in tyhe production ...