Ferryman Hotel

35 sir John Rogerson's Quay, Dublin, County Dublin, 2, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dublin

The city of Dublin

A travel blog entry by tanyaboyer

11

... today. The city itself is not attractive, it still has character and certainly a lot of historical buildings but it doesn't appear to be looked after as well as other cities we have recently been in. It is missing a bit of sparkle. So what to do today, the 'Guinness' brewery has made it top of the list for G therefore after the tour ends and a quick walk through the shopping strip we head for the brewery. This site is not hard to ...

Dublin

A travel blog entry by hralbee

2
65

... headed out to grab some dinner and migrate to the pubs in the Temple Bar area. We enjoyed some Irish music and met a rowdy group of friends who were on a stag party(equivalent of an American bachelor party). They were from England and ended up getting kicked out of the pub by security. The next day we got up and did a bus tour around the city. First was Trinity College which was a beautiful campus to walk around even though parts were under construction. We also went to ...

FAMILY VISIT!

A travel blog entry by akreyling

25

... We had to be up extremely early, well for me at least, to get to the bus. We got our starbucks, of course, and made our way over to the bus stop. The tour was an all day thing, we went to Belfast to pick people up and then made our to Giant's Causeway with a few stops in between. We stopped at one place where you could see part of Scotland, which was pretty cool. And at the same place, Erich and I walked across Carrick Bridge to another little island thing in the water. It ...

University College Dublin

A travel blog entry by angel2014

2
7

... proportioned. Even though we have a shared kitchen, they only provide two small bar fridges (which is weird), a stove that takes a long time to heat up. My main focus in the kitchen is the microwave. I though having to cook for oneself would have made me more motivated to cook quality food. But I don't think I realised how institutionalised my boarding school of five years made me. Right now bread and ...

Ladies in the window, Guinness & a Hooley

A travel blog entry by rozzij

12

... when we get inside the old converted thatched roof building we find ourselves at the back of the building away from the stage. We have a delicious seafood chowder, this time with prawns and salmon in it. The last one had flavour but was full of potato and oats. The main was Atlantic salmon and veges and later we had a sweet that I've forgotten the name of, if I ever knew it and an Irish coffee which was a little rough. We don't know if it was our tour ...

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This hotel, located in the Trinity College area of Dublin, is near The Famine Sculpture, Waterways Visitor Centre, IDA Tower, and Dechtire Design.
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