St. Aiden's Guesthouse

32 Brighton Road, Rathgar, D6, Ireland
St. Aiden's Guesthouse
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chinese restaurants

by knealechristian

are there any chinese restaurants in temple bar and if so which are recommended

Re: chinese restaurants

by annemariebyrne

The nearest Chinese restaurant to Temple Bar is Fans in Dame Street (just 'outside' Temple Bar). There is also the Mongolian Barbeque in Anglesea St, it's good fun - you choose your raw fod and watch it being cooked for you in big woks.
Other Asian restaurants that might be of interest in Temple Bar include Monty's of Kathmandu in Eustace Street (Nepalese) and Chameleon in Lr Fownes Street (Indonesian).
Just for the record, most of the 'authentic' Chinese restaurants (ie the ones where Chinese people eat) are concentrated in Parnell Street and Capel Street,neither of which are far from Temple Bar.

Re: chinese restaurants

by zone_de_guerre

There is also Charlies obn Temple Bar that does fast food and across the river in parnell st, is more or less the Chinese quarter with loads of restaurants

Travel Tips for Dublin

Dublin Parks: Paradise between the parking lots

by AR76

Dublin has many parks in all shapes and sizes. Go there for lunch, for a walk or just to be away from the bustling city and to watch people.
Phoenix Park
On the outskirts of the city centre, this huge park -900 hectares/2,223 acres- is the world's largest city park and houses among others the Dublin Zoo and the residence of the Irish President Mary McAleese.
In the window sill of the President's residence there is always a candle burning. This tradition stems from the time of the Famine when many Irishmen left for the USA. The families left behind would lit a candle as a sign they would be waiting for their loved ones to return. Nowadays, the candle is burning for the Irish to know that, wherever in the world they may be, there will always be someone waiting for them, and they will always be welcome back. Isn't that a nice thought?
Take a bus from the city centre, as it is too far to walk.
St. Stephen's Green
Situated at the top of Grafton Street, opposite St. Stephen's Green Shopping Centre and surrounded by traffic on all four sides, this is a nice example of how a walk in the park can make you forget the hustle and bustle of the city around you. On summer days you can see and hear musicians perform.
Merrion Square
Close to the parliament buildings, the National Gallery and the Museum of Natural History, this beautiful park full of flowers is the favourite lunch spot for many employees of the neighbouring offices. Enjoy your sambos on one of the benches in the shadow or on the lawn in the sun! On one of the corners you can find a statue of the famous Oscar Wilde. Prepare yourself for a shock when you step outside and change the smell of flowers for that of car exhaust...
Fairview Park
This park stretches from Annesley Bridge to the Clontarf Dart Station in Fairview and is best reached by bus 130. There are sports grounds, a playground and cycling tracks.

Ferries To Ireland

1.Irish...

by Anisha1



Ferries To Ireland


1.Irish Ferries have two Routes from England.
From Pembroke - Rosslare, or Holyhead -Dublin.
They also have a Route from France.
IrishFerries

2. Stena line to Ireland. Holyhead - Dublin
StenaLine
3. P&O Ferries. This may be the same link as stena.
P&O


If you need any other information do let me know, I'll help in any way I can. Have a wonderful time, and make sure you hit the west of Ireland too.

Dublin Tip

by bluefelt

We were sent off to the west coast of Ireland for a day & night. We went to the Dingle Penninsula, off of Tra Li. It was absolutely freezing and desolate. Our B&B was great though - Murphy's Pub. In the morning I had wild Dingle salmon for breakfast. It was the best smoked salmon I've ever had. Dingle is all fishing village, not much else to do besides drink and listen to the great performers. So we did.

Even if your not a real pub...

by ombre

Even if your not a real pub person there can me a touch of magic in a good Irish pub.
Maybe thats why they are all over the world because we all want to be a little bit Irish. why have one pint when you can have 2 ????

A MAGICAL TRAIL OF CULTURE......

by eden_teuling

EXPLORE the NATIONAL CULTURAL Institutions, part of Dublin's magical trail of culture....

For a free brochure or events calendar contact the CULTURAL INSTTUTIONS DIVISION:

tel. +353 1 647 3019

Each year over 400 events will take place nationwide also, including: walks, lectures, displays, mini pageants, music recitals etc......

For NATION WIDE events: tel. 353 1 647 2466

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