Croke Park View Guest House

186-188 Clonliffe Road, Drumcondra, County Dublin, D3, Ireland | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 186-188 Clonliffe Road, Drumcondra, is near Croke Park, Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) Museum, Howth Head, and The Long Hall.
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Travel Blogs from Drumcondra

Kilkenny

A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Sep 05, 2014

3 comments, 4 photos

... against it. Great view from up the top over the surrounding estate. Walked around the poison garden with its collection of poisonous plants, some inside rather strong cage-like structures to keep both plant and visitors safe. Fascinating and some surprises in there. Do not eat any foxglove leaves! Bypassed Cork and headed up the freeway north, then headed east to Waterford. In hindsight this was not the best way to go as one town in particular had so ...

This is where we are staying

A travel blog entry by roccocatrone on Aug 09, 2014

1 photo

... choosing to side with Israel, resulting in the death of innocent Palestinian lives. Turns out the apartment was right next to the US embassy to which the mob of Palestinians and supporters where blocking the way. We had to explain the the police, apparently called Garda out here, that our apartment was behind their brigade. One of our friends got stopped with ...

Dublin

A travel blog entry by centaur169 on Jul 09, 2014

64 photos

... many tourist-focused nightclubs, restaurants and bars. Pubs in the area include The Temple Bar Pub, The Porterhouse, the Oliver St. John Gogarty, the Turk's Head, Czech Inn (in the former Isolde's Tower), the Quays Bar, the Foggy Dew and the Purty Kitchen(formerly Bad Bobs).
Two squares have been renovated in recent years ...

Dublin and The Book of Kells.

A travel blog entry by narabouts on May 21, 2014

7 photos

... a maze of narrow cobbled streets, leading us down to the River Liffey, which we crossed via the Ha'penny Bridge. Formerly named the Liffey Bridge, it gained its pseudonym as a result of the toll charged to cross it, and the name has stuck! We were getting hungry and therefore decided to avail ourselves of "buy one get one free" main meal in The Shack, which had a deal with the Red Bus Company! We all opted for Irish stew, which contained lots of ...

Start of my euro trip

A travel blog entry by akreyling on Mar 28, 2014

6 photos

... I aced it twice now and it came out perfect both times, yet I still hated the actual beer. We ate a cafe called Sherries, it was soooooo good. Had a sweet chili chicken, peppers and cheese panino with chips, delish. We sat there for three hours, literally, eating and drinking coffee. Cute little place with good food. This was our chill city where we could relax before all the hecticness would kick in. Dublin was fun, but can't wait for ...