Marino Conference Centre

Address: Griffith Avenue, Dublin, County Dublin, D9, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Artane - Whitehall area of Dublin, is near National Botanic Gardens, Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) Museum, Croke Park, and Howth Hills.
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    Travel Blogs from Dublin

    Dia Duit, Dublin!

    A travel blog entry by isy_ on Oct 18, 2015

    ... I decided to only take the tour at Jameson as I love whiskey and actually really don't like the Guiness. The tour included a little tasting and a complimentary drink at the end. I bought some gifts and had another drink at their really impressing bar. And just a tip as every church and cathedral has admission fees (which is because the government doesn't support them with taxes or anything) look for smaller ...

    Grrreat Day

    A travel blog entry by goforfun on Aug 15, 2015

    2 comments, 29 photos

    ... Ha’penny Bridge. The story goes that centuries ago there was only a small ferry boat that ran from one side of the river to the other and people had to pay a half penny to float across. So, this very clever Irishman got all the people on his side along with some of their money and built this foot bridge across the river so they would not have to take the ferry. Yippy!, you might think. Not so quick. After the bridge was built and everyone seemed ...

    Day 9 Athlone-Dublin

    A travel blog entry by peterwilson.1 on Aug 04, 2015

    2 comments, 3 photos

    This morning we visited the 10th century built monastery named Clonmacnoise,our visit was hampered by rain,of course it only rains twice a week in Ireland,the first time for three days and the second time four days! ! Arrived in Dublin at 2.30 pm to a luxury 5 star hotel,(The Shelbourne Renaissance Hotel) Tonight we are dining at a authentic Irish Pub,The Red Fox Inn,with a floor show and audience participation,the first Guinness being shouted by ...

    Day 1 - Guinness? Yes please...

    A travel blog entry by sirchancelot222 on Jun 12, 2015

    8 photos

    ... quick history of Ireland and Dublin historical significance... Dublin is divided between the north and south by the river that runs through it... The northern part is the poor part and the southern is where the more wealthy reside apparently. The homes all look the same in the city, red brick with flat fronts as required by law for uniformity. The interesting part was that people had the freedom to paint their front doors any color they want as a way to express ...


    A travel blog entry by kaileeschwinn on Jun 06, 2015

    9 photos

    My Ireland trip was incredibly short, yet amazing! We arrived in Dublin around noon, so we only had 6 hours to venture around and get the Ireland experience. First, we went on a tour through the Old Jameson Distillery. It was the original place where they made whiskey, but they no longer do, so the tour was super fake and cheesey. The building was renovated with a lot of glass, so you could still see the original structures of ...