Parliament Hotel

Address: Lord Edward Street, Dublin, County Dublin, 2, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Huli District area of Dublin, is near Dublin Bike Tours, City Hall, Dublin's Viking Adventure, and St. Werburgh's Church.
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          ... hostel to go to a nice dinner and watch Irish dancing (river-dancing). The food was by far the best food I've had all week. The Irish nights show that followed was awesome. At one part during the show, some people volunteered to go up on the stage to learn a classic Irish dance with a broom. Two people from Manchester went up and there was also a cute little girl that went up that already knew the dance. After the show, some of us went out to explore some more ...

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          ... now a shopping mall. the gates in the city could closed in minutes shutting down entrance and exit to the city. Up until 4 years ago, they were closed on the weekends in Western Belfast. Police station surrounded by bobwire. Peacewalls were seen which kept bombs from being tossed by Catholics into Protestant neighborhoods and vice versa. Peace treaty was signed in 1998. Home of Queen University with 20,000 students. Then on to the Titanic Experience for self guided tour. The ...

          Welcome to Dublin!

          A travel blog entry by jentimemilyadah on Sep 22, 2014

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          ... Dublin has been huge. I heard no less than four different languages (none being English) at the Tesco market right next to our apartment. Walking through the City, you just get the same sense. Now, obviously we were hitting some of the more touristy areas, but it is clear that Dublin has changed. For the good? My taxi driver said it best – it had to. White, Irish and Catholic was the only mix ...

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