Maldron Hotel Tallaght

Address: Whitestown Way, Tallaght, County Dublin, 24, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Whitestown Way, Tallaght, is near The Merry Ploughboy Traditional Nights, Drimnagh Castle, Citywest Golf Course, and The Cong Heritage Trail.
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      Day 46

      A travel blog entry by 4girls on Aug 15, 2014

      ... we booked in. We headed back to the hostel to freshen up then to a pub for a few drinks. We soon realised Irish pubs are nothing like we've ever experienced and almost missed our 10pm booking. All we can say is.....their chicken wings are AMAZING!!!! We went back to the pub were we made friends with the band and an American couple and followed them to the next bar. We danced (jumped around to Irish music) the night away and in bed by ...

      And so it begins....

      A travel blog entry by lacymeghan on Jun 30, 2014


      Hello all!

      We come to you live from the original Temple Bar in Dublin, Ireland. In the past 24 hours we have been awake, we have made the 3 hour trek to Chicago, survived the 7 hour flight to Dublin, basically skipped our way through customs (customs man barely looked at our passports), found a bus into the city center of Dublin, wandered the empty cobblestone streets for hours waiting for the city to wake up, and have sampled our ...


      A travel blog entry by renee_nick_2014 on Apr 22, 2014

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      ... smooth. There we ate the best steak and Guinness stew which was served with Guinness bread. The stew was amazing but the bread was mind blowing. I took a recipe card and will definitely be making that bread when I get home. Last stop for the day was The National Wax Museum. Was very lifelike and sometimes rather creepy. I half expected some of them to jump out and grab you because of the ghost tour last ...


      A travel blog entry by docdavid on Sep 20, 2013

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      ... thousands and thousands of rare manuscripts and other items. It is absolutely priceless.

      I also saw the statues which commemorate the Great Famine. These are very moving, and portray a sense of absolute suffering. Surrounded by city buildings, they keep a modern city in touch with its not too distant past. Adjacent to the statues is a restored ship that was used to transport emigrants from Ireland to the USA in the mid 1800s. ...

      St. Stephen's Green

      A travel blog entry by kingmilo on Jul 08, 2013

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      ... sessions and gabfests, young moms with strollers, and people like Gord and me, having a walk on a warm sunny day in Dublin.
      There was a guy sitting next to the pond, feeding the largest swan I've ever seen.
      There's statuary, stone archways, ...