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Lodging and food in Dublin, Ireland

 
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added on the 12th of February, 2009
Lodging: Harding Hotel, Jury's Inn Christ Church

Food: Queen of Tarts on Cows Lane for excellent breakfast or lunch

 
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Recent travel tips for Dublin

  • Clontarf Castle
    If you like good food and a guiness in a noble atmosphere, you should go there. You can even get very good rooms in the hotel, not cheap but ver well equipped. [...]
    D: 2.5mi00
  • The Gravediggers
    The Gravediggers is one of the greatest pubs in the world. The place got it's name from the gravediggers who often attended the pub after a long day of hard work. This because The Gravediggers is located right next to the Glasnevin Cemetery [...]
    D: 1.8mi00
  • General opening times
    The same opening hours apply in the whole country. Stores and supermarkets are opened mostly between 9am and 6pm. Thursday evenings are special, most shops stay opened until 8pm or 9pm on this day. Pubs are opened from 10:30am to 11:30pm [...]
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  • Guinness Storehouse
    Guinness Storehouse is like the origin of all beers and a little piece of Irish history and culture. You can follow the brewing process, you will meet the different types of the Guinness and even meet Arthur Guinness, the father of this [...]
    D: 1.1mi10
  • The weather
    If you go to Dublin, be prepared that the weather is not a certain thing there - it's the same in the whole country. An Irish saying tells that 'if you don't like the weather, just wait for 5 minutes and it will change'. It is never very [...]
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Dublin History

Just as everything was moving smoothly and in its favor, Dublin experienced another change of fortune. The Act of Union (of 1800) was tabled and this abolished the Irish parliament. Dublin, once again, slipped into an era of regression and its progress was hampered. Dublin’s plight continued for over a century until the Irish rebellions/wars of 1916, 1919 and 1921 respectively freed Ireland. [...]
 
 
 

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