Trinity College Campus
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We arrived in Dublin Thursday evening (right at rush hour; our time on the Irish country side had spoiled us!) traffic was stop and go and we were all ready to get here! We pulled into No31, and Noel; the owner jumped into our car, pulled us around to park, got all the bags and greeted us with energetic ease. Our rooms are architectural gems, with …
I have been SO busy with school trips and traveling that I haven't even had time to do school reading yet -- can you believe it?? :)
Last week was a little rough with all the homesickness, but I'm coming off of a great weekend! Here's the last week in review::
July 1 - That school thing happened.. AND, my friend Floyd was in …
G's travel hair dryer refused to switch to 220 so in the trash it went.
Breakfast at the Buttery on campus; adequate continental breakfast included in the room price
and other items can be purchased.
Back on the HOHO Bus. We visited:
National Library with Yeats exhibit and you can actually read the books! Also some of …
Once we found each other in the airport we hit the ATM, purchased water and were on our way. We took the Aircoach into town and were dropped off at the main entrance to Trinity College.
Our rooms were ready so we dropped our bags. The girls were in a twin dorm room; G in a single which was in a different building a LONG way from the girls …
John and I did our own walking tour of Dublin today. First stop the Old Jameson distillery and tour. What distinguishes Irish whiskey from Scotch and American... It's distiller three times. On to the Chester Beatty Library and Dublin Castle. On the way we spotted an old fashioned fish and chip shop. The sign read 'Oldest Chipper in Dublin'. We had …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTrinity College Campus Dublin
No one's fault, but because we had a twin and a single we were separated by quite a hike.
It is, after all, a college dormitory and not a bed and breakfast. We thought for the price they could serve more than a continental breakfast, although the cashier only charged us for what we actually had that was extra and not the full cooked breakfast price.
The folk in the Accommodations office were friendly and helpful.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.