Merrion Hall

Address: 54 Merrion Road, Dublin, County Dublin, Dublin 4, Ireland | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Pembroke - Rathmines area of Dublin, is near The Irish House Party, Drombeg Stone Circle, Lough Hyne, and National Print Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Dublin

Last tour day, Blarney and Rock of Cashel

A travel blog entry by chuckjeanfl on Jun 26, 2015

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... our driver Tim, Chuck and I, a family of 3 from Wisconsin, a retired group of 3 from Northern California, and a couple from Germany.

We met the German couple on the train down from Dublin last week before we joined up with the others and we spent most our time with them. The four of us all enjoyed each other's company and we had some great discussions over dinner and pub time about the cultural differences and similarities of our countries, family traditions, work, etc.

In Dublin fair city

A travel blog entry by themaggiej on May 27, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

... lunchtime and its many bar lined rooms were full of drinkers and diners enjoying the pub grub, the live Irish music and the wonderful atmosphere. The Grafton St shopping precinct was also in full swing with a healthy number of tourists and locals enjoying the pedestrianised laneways and the buskers who inhabited them.

It is recognised that to experience Dublin properly you have to spend some time in a pub so we spent our second evening in Ireland in another of ...

"That's What She Said"

A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Mar 29, 2015

87 photos

... up above for showing back videos when doing running assesments on the treadmill, and it all looks very fresh and cool and Kathy put up some signed jerseys for teams she's worked for, so it looks awesome!

I then was off around 11:30 am and did the National Museum of ARcheology, the natural history mueseum and the national gallery of Ireland, and I really enjoyed the works by John Yeats, W.B. Yeats' brother, so I got 3 of the cheapest postcards that ...

Between a Revolution and an Exam

A travel blog entry by nathan.guyer on Mar 03, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

... out of the potato famine and a road construction process was stalled for years as the workers contemplated how to best handle a supernatural ferry tree in their path. These are the great tales the textbooks don't talk about, but the ones everyone likes to hear about.

I unintentionally got to experience a diverse range of hospitality in Dublin. I spent four nights there and each night in a different place. I'm really trying ...


A travel blog entry by sportsmedicine on Jan 06, 2015

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Yesterday our first stop was to Croke Park to tour the stadium. The stadium was huge, it can seat as many as 73,500 people. On the beautiful field, the GAA sports are played and watched by many. The actual field is considered sacred to people of Ireland and only the GAA players and ground people can go on. When Queen Elizabeth came to visit the stadium during a game, she wasn't even allowed on the ...