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36 Wexford Street, Wexford Street, 2 Dublin
If I could award more stars I would!, maybe nine hundred and ninety nine. If you love Pizza , go to Hell on Wexford Street, Dublin Ireland. Hell delivers,
if you check out their Website.
I have had six of the deadly sins on the menu so far,
so far, . . So good. You will not be disappointed, Hell
beats Dominos, Four Star Pizza, both in Price Service and taste.
The Place is Spotless Clean, . . which is always a good sign. Compliments to the Chef !! Regards to old Nick, .. . hope he burns in Hell (”>)
32 Lansdowne Road, Balls Bridge, 4 Dublin
Landsdowne Stadium is under construction at the moment. The Irish Soccer Team and The Irish Rugby Team have always played there at some stage before I was even born. Many games were won and lost there. The atmosphere at any of these matches was fantastic, the Irish fans that graced those stands are second to none, ok I’m Irish , I know I’m biased!!. The new stadium at the moment is looking Great, .. I have been keeping my eyes on it,,I believe that they are way ahead of schedule, ,, I can’t wait till Landsdowne Stadium opens its turnsiles up to the public again.
With the way the young Irish Football Team are playing at the moment, I believe they be the first (and not the last)to bring back some Tropheys. GO IRELAND, Go all the way!!!
Camino del Prado 6, 29631 ArroyoDe La Miel, 29631 Benalmadena
I recently stumbled across the Library “Forest of Books” in Spain for the first time in March 2009.I went in to get some information from them, and I got so much more. I explained that I spoke very little Spainish. The Lady at the Desk at the time, then spoke perfect English back to me. She was very helpful. She told me all about the History of the Library., and explained that I needed my passport to join. She also explained to me that the Internet is free, and that I could Borrow books if I so desired. I was then offered a Tour of this Beautiful Building. I had to decline as My Father was impatiently waiting for me outside. . . . I was so impressed by this Lady, . .that when I returned to Spain last week I joined up. I was registered with a Spainish Volunteer, who explained to me that The Forest of Books rely on donations From the Spainish Government and that if I had any English Fiction Novels in good condition preferably hard back books that they would gratefully accept them. Ten out of ten to the staff working here. Forest of Books is located just beside a Beautiful Park with Ducks, Geese Peacocks, Hens, Ducks, Turtles, Pigeons, Doves, Bunny rabbits roaming Free. If you dont want to see the Library at least take a walk in the Beautiful Park There. Beware Gypsies selling Carnations if you take a trip through the park.
Anglesea Street, Dublin
Club M are at the back of Blooms Hotel in Dublin. The reason I am only giving it one star is because of the excellent Security Staff and bar staff. You would be wiser to have a few drinks in Blooms Hotel Bar First, and have a boogie, its great craic in there, and the Dj in Blooms Hotel Bar knows what songs to play, a mix of new and oldies.
Club M the nite club it self is big spacious etc, but it is like a meat market., but cat least cattle are more sensibly dressed. They don’t wear hankerchiefs on there titts. Be careful ladies, of pick pocketers, always have your bag in the cloakroom, or on your person at all times. I witnessed too girls punching the heads off one another, in the que for the cloakroom ( very scary ). It is also very very expensive, and every hour on the hour drinks go up in price,.........you will feel like you have been violated after you look in your purse the next day. They charge at least 15-20 euro’s just to get in folks. There are much better places in Dublin to go,..........ie the Dandelion.
24 Upper Camden Street, Dublin 2, Dublin
The Bleeding Horse is one of my favourite pubs/restaurants in Dublin. The one thing I love about the Pub is that the staff make it.
The Bar Staff (some anyway) have been there for years. I.E the head bar men. The Bouncers are friendly, but at the same time take no gipp from cheeky drunks.
They try their best to keep the Riff Raff out. They used to have a quiz nite on a Wednesday, I haven’t been there in a while mind you, but it was good craic the last nite I was there. Myself and my mate came second. He went up for the tie breaker question and lost. He is from Meath, need I say more,........ They always have the football/Sport on the tv in the pub, Which is great. They even have a TV in the Beer Garden.YAY, the food is good, but not great, sometimes you get the wrong dinner and it might be cold. Sin E.
In their defense, yes, the pub is always busy on match nites fridays, Saturdays,and Sundays, I just hope by now they have hired a more pleasant chef who actually knows how to cook roast beef, not incinerate it. No hard feelings Chef Adolfie,. I love the Bleeding horse too much to get upset over spilt milk or a burnt bit of beef.
I’m sure you have already saddled up your donkey and skipped out.
Folks go to the Bleeding Horse if your ever in Dublin. You will never be disappointed. Yes it has a great history and is a great building, but its just bricks and Mortor. The people make that pub.
Ilac Shopping Centre, Henry Street, 1 Dublin
Central Library is located in the Ilac Shopping Centre. There are four Libraries located in this one building. The Lending Library, The Business Library, The Music Library and of course the Open Learning Centre. To join you need Photographic Identification and proof of a Dublin Address. IE bill.
The Music Library and the Open learning centre have to be my favourites. The Music Library has a wide selection of CDs that you can borrow. The selection in music is wide, from Bach to Artic Monkee’s. They also have an electric keyboard available there for learning. The open learning centre, has a computer based self learning language facility. Best of all this is a free public service. Available to everyone in the world.
Dame Street, Dame Street, 1 Dublin
City Hall was designed by Thomas Cooley and, when it was completed in 1779, originally housed the Royal Exchange. It is an elegant reminder of the wealth and opulence of Dublin in the city’s 18th-century time. Today, City Hall is in the ownership of Dublin Corporation, which has restored the building beautifully. The great central atrium, complete with gold-leafed dome and mosaic floor, is one of the most impressive public spaces around. The history of Dublin is told in a vivid, computer-aided series of exhibitions.When you visit Dublin Castle, tahe a trip into City Hall, and relav in the Tea Rooms when the feet are sore.
Inchicore Road, Kilmainham, Dublin
Kilmainham Gaol, if you are anyway Irish, and loved the film, with Liam Nelson playing one of my greatest heros in Irish History 'Michael Collins’.,then you have to visit Kilmainham Gaol. It is now a muesum and Visitor Centre. Tours are held daily. The tour guides know the history of the place. The execution yard, has an erie feel to it. Men ere executed there in the fight to give Ireland its Freedom. Long Live Ireland.
Dublin Castle, Dublin
Dublin Castle is located in the Heart of Dublin City. Just at the top of Dame Street, behind City Hall. I will not spoil the surprise for anybody. I will just tell you that you would be an Amadain, if you did not take a trip in some day when you are at a loose end. There is a Senior Citizen discount. Not sure about Student discount. You will have to ask. Opening hours are displayed on the gate outside. Have fun bring your camera.
Dublin Airport, Baile Atha Cliath, 24 Dublin Airport
Ryan Air are a cheap flight airline. You get what you pay for my friends. Staff are very helpful, friendly girls/guys. Pity about the size of the seats. Thanks be to God that I am short, as no leg room for tall people on these crammed flights. Try not to carry mini cases on these flights as you will be sitting on top of it. If you would rather have some comfort on the plane, I would recommend that you fly with AER LINGUS, or CITYJET. By the way the coffee is like TAR on Ryan air flights, go for a soft drink instead/or water.