Sunnybank Hotel

Address: 68 - 70 Botanic Road, Glasnevin, County Dublin, Province of Leinster, 9, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Airport area of Glasnevin, is near National Botanic Gardens, Howth Head, Howth Hills, and Bus Tours - Boyne Valley.
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Travel Blogs from Glasnevin

Surf's up on the way to Dublin

A travel blog entry by pandmdane on Aug 24, 2015

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... is a friary, built in either 1351 or 1352. Anyway a long time ago. Mary took some photos, many in fact. We asked the guy at the counter what else should we see. He said, as Leonard Cohen fans you should visit xxxx. Mary was wearing a LC tee shirt, only an expert or keen fan could tell. Most impressed. He also suggested Strandhill, a surf beach. It seemed crazy to be surfing in Ireland - ...

Buses and Guinness

A travel blog entry by chris_a on Jul 15, 2015

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... Green, stopping for morning tea at an inviting coffee shop we stumbled across on our short walk between the two locations. The precinct had an upmarket feel to it, with the well-maintained Georgian houses playing host to a number of overseas consulates. The hotels in this area had doormen in top hats and long-tailed jackets attending to the movement of patrons in and out of their establishments. This was a marked contrast to the disinterested, overweight ...

Saturday - the first official day of the tour

A travel blog entry by lscully on May 23, 2015

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... ancient books. The tour bus dropped us in City Center about noon and we lunched at O'Neill's Pub across the street from the statue of Molly Malone - the "tart with a cart" as she's known in Dublin. After Shepard's Pie and salmon and two O'Hara beers (in honor of Kathleen O'Hara McConahay), we hopped on the hop on/hop off bus to take us to Parnell Square where we saw the Garden of Remembrance then walked to the James Joyce ...


A travel blog entry by barbararogers1 on May 03, 2015

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... an exhibition. We then went to Boots to buy some antiseptic cream, as requested, and as it started to rain as we walked back along Grafton Street we headed for the St Stephen's Green shopping centre. We bought lovely food from the French patisserie again and headed back to the hotel to put our feet up and read the weekend newspaper. We met some lovely Dubliners today. The first was a young lady who assisted us ...

Day 1 - Irish Pharmacy Union

A travel blog entry by sdsupharm2015 on Apr 07, 2015

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... and strategies that affect pharmacy, reduced rates on training courses and events, communication mailing lists to receive updates and breaking news, and savings on a range of services. The IPU also encourages patients to ask a pharmacist first for medical advice that is not an emergency. Pamela was an excellent resource on pharmacy within Ireland. She gave us a comprehensive overview of Irish (and European) pharmacy and encouraged us to ask many questions. We had an ...