Shieling Hotel

Address: Howth Road, Raheny, County Dublin, Province of Leinster, 5, Ireland | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Howth Road, Raheny, is near St. Anne's Park, Dublin, Royal Dublin Golf Club, Pearse Museum, and Harry Byrnes.
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Travel Blogs from Raheny

Day Eighty Seven: Dublin

A travel blog entry by lcrigby on Jul 02, 2015

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... get ourselves freshened up and organised for the day. Nikki needed to buy a pair of shoes and Jenna some new things after yesterday and a pair of shorts as the sun was quite warm. We walked down to Penneys (Irelands version of Primark) to pick up the shoes. We didn't come away with thongs but we did come away with the the white shoes Jenna has been chasing for a few weeks. We had to make a second trip so Jenna could buy some shorts, I even managed to scoop up a pair of light denim ...

Leaving Ireland

A travel blog entry by jelainew on May 23, 2015

4 comments, 3 photos

... waiting to board my flight. I'm extremely tired and ready to get back home. Have taken my Dramamine something I have done every day twice a day for the last 10 days haha!! Flight AA 725 is supposed to depart at 9:30am Ireland time and is supposed to arrive at 12:40pm US time. An 8 hour flight going back ugh!! Glad I have a few days off before I head back to ...

First Day Of School!!!!

A travel blog entry by mspayne on Apr 13, 2015

... they begin to learn Irish. Súile (pronounced sewla) means eyes, srón (pronounced shron) means nose, and cluasa means ears. Ms. Dooley also played a Simon Says type of game with the students where she would call out the body part in Irish, and the students would have to touch the body part on their face and say the word back to here. She also asked students to "raise your hand" in Irish. It was really cool to hear them speak it! I'm hoping to pick up some more vocab along the way! :) ...

Lund London day 3

A travel blog entry by sportsmedicine on Jan 19, 2015

Today we toured Lords Cricket Club, the oldest cricket club. We went into the museum and watched a live cricket match in progress to get some of the basic rules down. Then we toured the museum where we learned about the burning of the ashes. The game between England and Australia in 1877 started the tradition of the burning of the ashes. The winner would take the ashes. Some fun facts about cricket and Lords ...

Ashlea Nash

A travel blog entry by ess311 on Jan 12, 2015

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... this stadium was over a hundred years old, full of tradition and memories of the previous games. There we were guided around by the social media and communication director of the stadium, which of course I geeked out about because I was really excited to hear what his job was like. At the end I got to ask him a few questions about his job, and he was very nice and beneficial for our tour of the stadium. The last place we went was the ...