Ivy Exchange Apartments

Granby Place, off Parnell Sq West, Dublin, Ireland
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Visiting Dublin 9th-12 th September 2010 from Poole in Dorset

by wasper

Would like to visit brewery on Friday 10th September.My wife is disabled and uses a wheelchair.What advice could you give me as to what would be best for us on that day Thank you Mr.J.Fred Wynn.

Re: Visiting Dublin 9th-12 th September 2010 from Poole in Dorset

by Durfun

Hi, Guinness Storehouse is disabled-friendly. You can use their lifts & wheel around the exhibits on each of the massive floors full of fascinating equipment.

I'd suggest taking a tour on the hop-on-hop-off bus - it's very fun, entertaining, and interesting.

The buses are also disabled-friendly to enable boarding.

You may even decide to experience the park behind the Castle, and wander into some pub if you so wish!

Have fun :-)

Re: Visiting Dublin 9th-12 th September 2010 from Poole in Dorset

by leics

Depending on where you are staying, you might walk/push your wife to Guinness. Info here;

http://www.guinness-storehouse.com/en/GettingThere.aspx

This page has lots of useful accessibility info, including bus routes which run accessible buses:

http://www.visitdublin.com/Information/Default.aspx?id=338

The hop-on bus tours do not mention anything about accessibility, unfortunately;

http://www.dublintours.net/?event=offer.detail&offerId=3175

http://www.dublinsightseeing.ie/citytour.aspx

You might want to email them, but as they seem to be standard double-deckers I think it may be difficult for your wife.

http://www.nda.ie/cntmgmtnew.nsf/0/86E3B754FAED5BB980257145003757C0?OpenDocument

will also give you some useful info, including contact info a taxi firm with wheelchair-accessible cars.

Re: Visiting Dublin 9th-12 th September 2010 from Poole in Dorset

by Waoife

There are definitely lifts etc so you can get around the brewery but I'd recommend going early in the morning or shortly before closing to avoid the worst of the crowds - there's only about 3 lifts so you may have to wait for a while and your wife may find it hard to get close enought to see some of the exhibits at peak times. Actually seeing as how it's a Friday you're going, I'd recommend an early visit as the evening can be busy with weekenders just arrived in Dublin.

Also, you get a 10% discount if you book your tickets in advance - http://www.guinness-storehouse.com

Travel Tips for Dublin

St Stephen's Green

by cjg1

My morning here was one of the best memories of my first trip here in 2004.

Then in 2007 I came back and it was just as great as I remembered it to be. Between Grafton Street and the mall being on one corner, the LUAS being right there and the compact size, this is a great city park.

I will always make time to come here whenever I am in Dublin.

Visit Howth - Do the Guinness thing

by mjbyyz

Visit Howth
Learn how to SAY 'Howth' like a local!
Do the Guinness thing (and taste the black stuff!)
Talk to locals.
The Abbey Tavern is, of course, the main reason anyone who is a beer drinker visits Howth.
It's easy to get to Howth - you can take the DART or a bus from Dublin City Centre. I recommend the train - it's quick and simple, and relatively frequent. From the Train station, it's a short hike up a hill to the Pub on a back street - next to the old Abbey ruins, of course!
'Fraid I can't tell you much more about Howth itself, except it has a small picturesque harbour, because I've never got any further than the Pub!
You'll find a warm cozy peat-burning fire on the main level to sit by during the often cool days while you nurse your Guinness. There are two other areas besides the main level bar area, and these serve meals and provide the scene for the famous Abbey Tavern Singers shows.
(amended 090915) Family is the reason I have visited Dublin recently. However, even though two of my grandsons were born in Dublin, my family is now safely ensconced in Canada, and there is no reason for me to visit this interesting City any more. But I'm always looking for excuses!

Dublin areas - division

by AR76

When preparing your trip to Dublin (e.g. looking for accommodation) it may be handy to know how Dublin City is divided into areas.
The main division is north - south, with the River Liffey as a separator.
All areas north of the Liffey have an odd number, the southern areas are even-numbered. The higher the number, the further north/south of the Liffey the location usually is.

Fine old buildings

by acemj

Around town you'll find various architectural influences, from Greek columns to Georgian doors. The Museum Building at Trinity College is in the Venetian style and was my favorite building on campus.

Dublin Tip

by Michael_D

Well not the fondest, maybe the saddest. This is a sculpture commemorating those who died in the potato famine in the late 19th century. Between the deaths and the migrations en masse to America it reduced the population of Ireland from 8 million to under 4 million. It made me stop and think. I am Irish on my fathers side and 'there but for the grace of God, go I..' for my ancesters fled Kilkenny during that period. Thank God they made it.

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Address: Granby Place, off Parnell Sq West, Dublin, Ireland