Abrae Court Hotel

9 Zion Road, Rathgar, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
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I want to see the real dublin! =)

by Seimi

Hi there mates,

im from munich bavaria and want to see Dublin maybe in this or next spring for one or two weeks. Is there somebody who wants to go out and show me something or just wants to hangout im some pubs to optomize the Diplomacy between Dublin and Munich? Maybe i can show you munich too?

Greets Seimi

Re: I want to see the real dublin! =)

by annemariebyrne

The best way to meet people in a particular place is to post a meeting, but you need to know the dates of your visit first! Go to the blue bar on the homepage, click on ‘meet members’ then click on ‘member meetings and events’ where you can post details of your planned visit. Best to pick a specific date, time and venue and invite people to join you, anyone who is interested will then sign up. You will see lots of examples of other meetings posted there so you will see how it works. I live in Dublin and could meet you provided I am not away at the time of your visit, so more exact datails are needed in order to plan anything!

Travel Tips for Dublin

Where To Get Your Stamps

by johngayton

Dublin's General Post Office (GPO) is located in the grandoise, Greek-porticoed, Georgian building on O'Connell Street in the city centre (easy to find as the 120 metre Dublin Spire sits just outside). The GPO is one of Ireland's most famous buildings and was used as the headquarters for the Easter Rising in 1916 when the Irish Republicans attempted to win independence from Britain. During the ensuing fighting the GPO was heavily shelled by the British and the columns still bear the bullet scars from the battle.

This is the place to get your stamps for your postcards and has a couple of dedicated counters specifically for that purpose.

Go and visit the Guinness...

by flyingkiwi

Go and visit the Guinness brewery, home of Irelands most famous export! If you're lucky you'll even get to sample a free pint or two yourself! The people. Some of the friendliest people I have ever met live in this marvelous city

Garrick Street

by daryll

Not particular my favourite but McDonalds is where I depend on. It was cold and rainy. Looking for toilet in Dublin is quite a nuisance, the only place for free toilet would your neares fast food restaurant.

Trinity College
Ireland's...

by ainhoaflies

Trinity College
Ireland's premier university was founded in 1592 by Elizabeth I.
Officially called the University of Dublin, the 16-hectare (40-acre) institution was the sole preserve of Protestants, and even when this restriction was lifted in 1793, the Catholic Church forbade its young from attending. This restriction was only wholly lifted in 1970!

The grounds of Trinity College are great to explore independently, although the College does run organised tours.
Visit to the famous Book of Kells, a magnificent 1200-year-old illustrated manuscript, and one of the oldest books in the world. About half a million people a year come to see the book - usually opened to an illustrated page and a page of text - so expect long, long queues in the peak tourist season. Once you've seen the book, don't rush off - there are other interesting buildings open to the public and worth visiting, including the Library Long Room, the Reading Room and a 45-minute audiovisual display called The Dublin Experience.
Trinity College is located south of the River Liffey, near Pearse Station.

Across the street from the Lever building:

by Kentbein

Across the street and slightly to the south of the Lever Building is the PORTERHOUSE pub. We had the great pleasure of meeting Kenbac here on Tuesday of our visit and spent a very nice two hours sampling the Porterhouse's German imports in honor of Octoberfest.

Ken graciously drove into town that afternoon to meet us the day before his trip to the Czech Republic for a family vacation. We are both history enthusiasts and had a great time trading pieces of historical trivia. It would have bored the rest of you I'm sure, but we had a great time.

Ken, it was a GREAT pleasure meeting you in Dublin. THANK you for taking time from your day to spend the afternoon with us!!!

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