Ferryman Hotel

Address: 35 sir John Rogerson's Quay, Dublin, County Dublin, 2, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Trinity College area of Dublin, is near The Famine Sculpture, Waterways Visitor Centre, Goethe Institut, and Dechtire Design.
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    Sláinte

    A travel blog entry by eihaslag on May 09, 2015

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    ... so packed I only got a few shots of it. They also had traditional music playing in one of the rooms. After Guinness we walked around and picked up some food from a small pub nearby. There was a rugby match on TV and we got to see the hollering of Irish men rooting and cheering for their team. We went to various bars taking in Irish pub culture including the famous Temple Bar area of ...

    James Tarner - Day 3

    A travel blog entry by ess311 on Jan 08, 2015

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    ... took an adventure over to Trinity College and took a tour of the Book of Kells a book over made in the 8th century. We did a little bit more walking visited some church's that looked cool and stopped in a few more shopping centers. Tonight as a class we are grabbing some food from a pub and it should be some more fun. Also we found some university of Michigan gear in a random sports store we were very ...

    Dublin - Day 2

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Oct 03, 2014

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    ... and slaves. Interesting fact, a majority of the slaves traded in Europe were the slavic people, which is where the word slave comes from. The vikings had written words in the form of runes, but because they had no paper their words were carved on wood. Hence why most of the runes a vertical, it was easier to carve. One clan of the viking warriers were called the bear skins, in Norse thats Berserkers. So next time you go berserk, you're actually getting your ...

    Travel to Ireland

    A travel blog entry by ebthor on Oct 02, 2014

    11 comments, 40 photos

    ... dinner; a white fish with a mild taste, along with a nice wine and cheese platter. After walking back to the hotel with the effort of staying awake for a couple of more hours ( to acclimate you to Eire time), we went to the pub for a drink. In bed finally at 11:00pm. October 4, Saturday: Our day started out early with breakfast at 7:15 and on our way to the National Stud Farm near Kildare. We walked around, saw a few foals, mares and stallions. A couple of the stallions were ...

    Off to Ireland

    A travel blog entry by julieandnick on Jun 19, 2014

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... listening to the locals talking on Welsh. Can't understand a word the are saying. Had a meal at the pub on the corner and had a few bets on the Ascot Races. At 4:45 headed to the ferry terminal and drove onto the Irish Spirit. A bit rocky getting through the seven tides but a cup of tea, a chat and we had arrived at Dublin Port. Now the drive through Dublin to the Ibis Hotel. It would have been ok except for all ...