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 …
... of obnoxious tourists that were beginning to descend upon the city. We grimaced knowing we would be elbow-to-elbow all weekend with underage Americans and pious Brits, but we pressed on knowing we would have to find our niche in the city.
At the airport we quickly returned our car, free of damages to our surprise. We secured a taxi van to take us to our B&B near the city center. When we arrived at Kathleen's, the kind widow was already preparing us ...
... and bustle that comes with every good city and got to say, the Irish are treatin' it well!
Have i mentioned the Irish beer yet? There's no high expectations there anyway! it's as good as they all say and the irish can drink, i'll tell you that! absaloutely gassed after a good maybe, five pints. Alma kept bringing them in, swear that girl has an iron liver and an endless supply of drinking ...
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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.