Shaw Court Apartments

Synge Place, Dublin, County Dublin, 2, Ireland | Hotel

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Final day in Ireland

A travel blog entry by alyce5


... spots we've visited here, just blew me away. Not too far away from the cliffs was the Burren, a rocky landscape overlooking the ocean. We had a photo stop and I got a photo taken right near the edge. I was terrified, not one for heights, but it was worth it for the great views. We then headed to Galway to explore for a couple of hours. We had a pub meal for lunch and then looked around the city for awhile. ...

Killarney & Dublin, Ireland

A travel blog entry by anita-and-shaun


... We explored the shops and had our first taste of bubble tea! For those of you who don't know what bubble tea is it's basically cold tea with your choice of flavour then they add bubble lollies to it or jellies. We both got fruit ones which were basically watery with fruit flavours and the jelly like lollies at the bottom but you can also get milk ones. It was a very strange concept but Shaun loved it (I think that was because it involved ...

Travelling Ireland

A travel blog entry by katetahls


... 120m above the Atlantic Ocean with the tallest part at 214m). You can see remnants of 300 million-year old river channels cutting through the base of the cliffs.
We left the cliffs and drove 3 hrs back to Dublin, we were cutting it fairly fine to get the car back in time but we made it and then took a 2 hr bus back to Belfast a bit after 8pm. It was a very long and tiring few days but it was worth it.

St Paddy's day (known as an excuse to drink)

A travel blog entry by angel2014


... who had moved earlier on stationed in the best spots along the street. All the streets in the city were closed and we could walk across the street.

When we made it to O'Connell street it was near impossible to find a good position. Some inventive people next to us kept climbing onto a statue next to us, however the GARDA weren't having any of that and wave after wave of people were kicked off trying their ...

Ferry to Dublin

A travel blog entry by benstevens


... was unforgettable. The great ship, breezing through the Irish sea with a crisp wind and clear sky was something out of a folk tale. It put me in mind of the great famine of Ireland in the mid 19th century, where millions died or were displaced from this great land and sent all over the world. If coming into Dublin was this beautiful, then leaving it to never return must have been heartbreaking.

After getting off the ferry I made my way into town via ...


This hotel, located in the Trinity College area of Dublin, is near St. Stephen's Green, Gaiety Theatre, Merrion Square, and St. Stephen's Green Shopping Centre.
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