Phoenix Park Hotel

38/39 Park Gate Street, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland | Hotel
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Day 99: The streets are paved with copper

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber


We were officially the second and third people at breakfast this morning. We ate our fill of toast and cereal. With full bellies we had a look at the map and headed out for a street that we passed yesterday on the bus.

One of the main streets here in Dublin is called O'Connell Street. There is a giant spire in the middle of the road. It is a relatively new addition (2003) to the street and locals are mixed on their feelings about it. I personally don't really ...


A travel blog entry by jono.anita87


... I replied, hopefully not too much we want it to be interesting. We did not know how relevant this comment was to be in the next 83minutes!. Beaming with pride after the Haka and singing the national anthem alongside our NZ flag we then preceeded to watch the Irish run rings around the All Blacks. The Irish supporters could not believe what they were seeing and neither could we!. At one point, being 3 tries up a man a few rows in front came back with 18 beers from the ...

All is not lost

A travel blog entry by arilauraharold


All is not lost. We are still alive. Post-day and half on a ferry, Post-Oktoberfest. Post-Eurotunnel experience we are still kicking. Only after a brief moment in a bugger-I'm-back-in-the-UK-and-sometime- soon-have-to-find-work depression spiral I am back on track to update our past two and half weeks of experiences. On a small side note, Harold is back to being a home for three as Kahlia, Laura’s sister (my future sister-in-law) has joined our venture on a whim for a little ...

Guinness. Need I Say More?

A travel blog entry by goddessphoto


... passed us before Erin and I became impatient and told Mom we were just going to walk to St. Patrick's Cathedral. It was a good choice. The air was brisk and the walk was fairly short. I was able to snap some beautiful pictures as we walked closer to the church. Something I wouldn't have been able to do on the bus. Our timing couldn't have been better. Mom arrived via bus just as we walked up to the cathedral. The cathedral was full of history, which I will spare you. ...

All Rugged Up

A travel blog entry by ashpiccirillo


... cadet so had a little lie down in our hotel - Jury's Inn Custom House - and had a cuppa. Got ready for the show tonight...

Taylor's Irish Caberet Evening. I think we got there waaaaay too early because the other tours didn't turn up for an hour! It was a really good evening though. Sat across from Kyle & Mel (naturally). Our food was great! Dean and I had Irish beef stew - it tasted exactly like the veal stew Mum makes! We were so stoked.


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This hotel, located on 38/39 Park Gate Street, Dublin, is near National Botanic Gardens, Casino Marino, River Shannon, and Smithfield Chimney.
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