Marino Conference Centre

Griffith Avenue, Dublin, County Dublin, D9, Ireland | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by diana.peller


... first day was very relaxed because Erin and I were absolutely exhausted. We went to a burrito place with the girls and it felt like I was back at an East Lansing chipotle it was so good. In fact I could barely walk afterwards. After that we sat around in a park with a few beers and enjoyed personal stories and even made an irish friend. I realized at that point that Irish accents are not as easy to recreate as they seem. After sleeping for a ...

Last day in Ireland

A travel blog entry by 58squared


... but one of them (likely written by a christian) has the Chieftain converting to christianity and becoming the first catholic bishop of the area. There were great views from up on the hill over the Irish countryside - the pictures do not do it justice!

Next we travelled over to Newgrange, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a neolithic burial mound with an intact tomb from 3200 BC, older than the pyramids in Egypt. ...

Luck of the Irish

A travel blog entry by ldschaub


... managed to get to the bar and order a drink. It was standing room only, of course, but we found a table to at least set our drinks down.

The number of people was insane. We thought for sure that the number from Sunday would be similar to Monday but it seemed to multiply overnight. The streets and bars just became more and more full. After patiently waiting for a while, 2 spots on a bench opened up and we jumped on them as quickly as we ...

3. Art, jail, cemetary, and Howth hike

A travel blog entry by flyrina


... name Howth, is derived from the Norse word 'hoved' meaning head; in the early 19th century it was the port for sea crossings from wales. We went for a bit of a hike here after grabbing snacks and coffee from the Howth market, and lead out along the sea wall with amazing views of boats in the harbour and eventually to see the rock island off shore known as Ireland's eye. A relaxing cup of tea and chat time when we got home to prep for out next days ...


A travel blog entry by jono.anita87


... of people heading home. All around us you could hear the Irish talking about how close they had come to beating the All Blacks on home soil. We quietly made our way back to the hotel. Grabbing our bag, we jumped into a taxi and headed off to the airport after a whirlwind trip to Dublin that had almost ended in tears. A hearty burger from the Kiwi-inspired GBK at the airport and we were off back to London. As it turns out we happened to be on the same flight as Paddy ...


This hotel, located in the Artane - Whitehall area of Dublin, is near National Botanic Gardens, Croke Park, Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) Museum, and Casino Marino.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding