Adelphi Hotel Dublin

67-68 Lower Gardiner Street,, Dublin, D1, Ireland
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Bookshops!

by yvgr

Hi,

I'll visit Dublin in September and I'm in need of some good bookshops. Any recommendations?

Re: Bookshops!

by poppy6488

Hello there.
Easons and Waterstones are probably the largest retailers.
You don't mention what catagory of books you might be looking for. If it is specialist, you might try this site,www.hidden-dublin.com/books.
You will see this gives a long detailed list of bookstores and reviews.
Hope this helps.

Re: Bookshops!

by iblatt

Hi!
Easons is a great book shop, with lots of books about Ireland, books by Irish authors, and everything else you may desire.
It is located in the very heart of Dublin, on O'Connell St, right next to O'Connell's Bridge.
Ilan

Re: Bookshops!

by Jefie

I really liked Chapters on Parnell Street (http://www.chapters.ie). Nice selection of new and used books.

Re: Bookshops!

by annemariebyrne

Easons, Hodges Figgis, Waterstones and Dubray are the main chainstore bookshops. Chapters in Parnell Street is great for discounts and secondhand books. Books Upstairs in College Green is good for poetry, politics and less mainstream choices. Cathach Books in Duke Street for rare and antiquarian books. The Secret Book and Record Store in Wicklow Street is a favourite of mine for browsing through secondhand and unusual books. You will also find secondhand book sections in all charity/secondhand shops and Oxfam have a secondhand bookshop in Parliament Street.

Travel Tips for Dublin

pocket size

by adonai_2012

Dublin city is very neat, with very friendly people, and expensive everything indeed! I have no photos saved unfortunatelly.

Worth visiting: nature, galleries, pubs...

Low budget&congress programme I was attending did not allow me to snoop around way too much. I still liked Dublin a lot, and who knows, might return one day (but first I'm gonna snoop around East and South-in the last years they attract me more than 'mother' Europe)

I am sure you'll enjoy your stay if you go to Ireland, ANY place! FLEUR, or call it *Energy* - European, yet leggieur, and different than of Paris(wooah), Milan (beauty), London or other EU capitals...

Go places not listed in the...

by Mosie

Go places not listed in the guidebooks! Find a local friend (or multiple friends) and let them show you the 'real' Dublin. You'll see lots of interesting places and things on a tour, but there is so much else to experience that hasn't been staged... I miss the energy and vitality of the city. I love that you can walk almost anywhere you'd like to go and there are always people out and about.

Dublin's southside

by call_me_rhia

In Dublin's southside you can find all the classic attractions - normally the places that everyone visits: one place that can't be missed is Trinity College with its stunning Old Library and collection of books - in particular the Book of Kells: every day they show a new page so it's worth a repeated visit. From the main Gate you can walk along Dame St and stop to visit the Dublin Castle, which doesn't look much like a castle from the outside (but it does from the inside). At the top od Dame St you can find the two cathedrals (Christchurch and Saint Patrick) and also Dublinia, an exhibit about Dublin life 1000 years ago (and, I shall add, a tourist trap unless you are under 10 years old).

Further up from here you reach Saint James' Gate, home of the Guinness Brewery, where you can see the machinery and ingredients used to produce the black stuff, and you can taste it too. Sort of south-west of Trinity College you can find the National Gallery, if you like art, and not far from there you can walk to Merrion Square and Fitzwilliam Square to see the famous Georgian houses and doors: Oscar Wilde used to live in one of these houses. The park of Saint Stephen's Green is nearby too, and from there on you can proceeed along into the Stephen's Green Shopping Centre or along Grafton St for more shopping. Living there - in Temple Bar - when it was all crumbling down, and flats were about 20 pounds a week. We're talking ages ago, I'm afraid. And then again, walking two flights of stairs down to get to the pub (Brogan's now - but it was then called the City Hall Inn) and two minutes to get to college. From there it was two more minutes to get to my (now ex) boyfriend's local pub, the Palace... and I remember being annoyed at the detour.

walk through the city. There...

by Wenasje

walk through the city. There is plenty to see. Famous places such as: Trinity College, Custom House, The River Liffey, Temple Bar, but also the areas Ballsbridge, Donnybrook and the student area Rathmines. What I miss most are my friends in Dublin of course! But if I have to mention a place it would be a small pub around the corner from where I worked: Scruffy Murphy's (or just Scruffy's). It's in a side street from Lower Mount Street, Dublin 2. They serve the best burger ever: the Scruffy Burger!

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explore the impressive Joyce...

by Krystynn

explore the impressive Joyce Tower. This tower is apparently built in such a way that it was able to withstand an invasion by Napoleon Bonaparte. Today, this monument is a museum devoted to the life and works of James Joyce, the writer who brought 'Ulysses' to life. It's situated approx. 16 km away from the city of Dublin.... So, it's definitely well worth a visit.

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