I'm Oonagh Donnelly from Dublin. I've been Qyping since 26-05-2009
My Businesses on Qype:
Graphic Communication Services
- Reviews: 23
- Friends: 9
- Invitations: 0
- Photos added: 16
- Videos added: 0
- Places categorised: 1
- Events added: 0
- Checkins: 0
- Compliments received: 27
- You're hot:0
- You're hilarious:0
- I agree with you:1
- Write more:1
- Cool guide:0
- Awesome group:0
- Amazing profile:0
- Great photo:0
- Well written:4
- That's useful!:21
Oonagh Donnelly's Qype profile
Englische Planke 1, Hauptkirche Sankt Michaelis, 20459 Hamburg
Going up the elavator was very much an experience to remember. My pal and myself didn't know wether to laugh or cry. At one stage fellow tourists found us sobbing into the corner and then wailing like hysterical children.
Kleine Rainstr. 24-26, 22765 Hamburg
Oh staff are a bit curt there. Ugh. A tad daunting when your travel weary. The place is really clean though. yeah and the healthy food and all. great? ugh. keep sketch for staff ugh..
11 Sth Gt Georges Street, Dublin
08-07-2009 (updated on 15-09-2009)
The Globe is for the cool and trendy. However , great sounds till late hours and whether your cool, trendy or a total embarrasment the atmosphere will eventually get under your skin. The place can be hopping with many smiles and banter going on. Great coffee during the day and I think you can eat in there. Not sure. It’s in a good location though, due to being near many good hangouts and places to eat. One can get lured into The Globe walking backwards and not get back out again. Good fun and then theres the option of Ri Ra’s Night Club attached. A bit of criac.
52 South William Street, 2 Dublin
11-07-2009 (updated on 15-09-2009)
The South William is great. Very cool for shoes but oodles of buzz and atmosphere. The DJ work is incredible talented stuff thats upbeat and bouncy. There’s a real summery positive vibe going on in the place and everybody seems to enjoy themselves there. It includes a bit of dancing space aswell. It does attract some very serious trendy style and glam. On the other hand it also attracts very laid back casual also. From glam to smelly the place is a laugh with great sounds, decent beer choices, cocktails and theres the options of pie’s? for a munch whilst grooving to 'The Jackson 5’ mixed in with 'The chemicals’ and 'Daft Punk’. Interesting place.
11-13 Suffolk Street, 2 Dublin
11-09-2009 (updated on 15-09-2009)
A more interesting shop for a browse. One can spend quite a while looking at things in there. Books, food, clothes, household items and all sorts of things that is just interesting or lovely in some way. An ideal 'pressie’ shop. The clothes lines available at Avoca are top notch classic contempory designs, often particularly special with regard to outlandish, but beautiful designs and textiles. Avoca sells a life style thats dreamy and pretty. A brilliant solution for retail therapy in conjunction with a quick coffee or a tasty salad munch of one of Avoca’s own recipes.
35 Liffey Street, Dublin
30-08-2009 (updated on 15-09-2009)
This place has changed. I was in there many years ago and it was very different. The atmosphere was more clerk type people in heels and push up bra’s and very clean cut, with belting hand bag dance music and often bordering the atmosphere of Jo Mangoes, where the gang goes in Portmanock. Pravda is gone all 'alternative’ now with live music and Dj’s with imagination. The Pint of Lager was €4.00. This knocked us all for six. Many pubs in town are still savaging at our heels with astronomical ruthless rip off prices. One particular Dublin pub charges 5 euro’s for a splash. Pravda bar staff can sometimes just lash in a drop of fizzy for free. We were all impressed at the easiness to enjoy oneself in the place. Laid back eclectic alternative type scene. Attractive to the younger crowd. Pravda also ensures a decent range of Wine choices and can also cater for the vodka connisseur. Unusual to see people drinking vodka straight in Dublin, but Pravda caters for a nice mixed crowd.
Phoenix Park, Dublin
One of the larger parks in Europe. Its HUGE!!! A very loveable place with alot going on. The Horse Polo on a Sunday is an interesting watch. The Deer wanders about freely. All sorts of monuments and buildings to visit. There’s even Dolmens. A great hang out at times. However lethally dangerous. Too much stabbings and mobbing going on. It is not a place to go for a stroll in to the wilderness alone. And it does have some nice wilder nature parts. Also best to get out of there before dark. A terrible pity that it is practically as dangerous as New York. The new joke now is to say we’re all off the Phoenix Park to look for bodies, sure they’re everywhere!
16 a Fade Street, Dublin
I find it a bit too big and too loud. The Market Bar option often makes me shriek a bit. Its a fantastic place though. Interesting structure and interesting Interior design work. They do good food dishes there but its a bit like sitting in the middle of a massive busy shouting convention. Its all hustle and bustle.
25 wexford street, Dublin
A corner stone of Dublin and Music scene centre. It has a bar and music venue area. The Bar is free in but later busy nights it’s not possible to get into the bar. So the cover charge for the club or gig can be the pricey situation. Have enjoyed many gigs there. It seems to be a meeting piont for artists in the irish music industry at times. I have fond memorys of Whelans on Sundays at around 17:00. Just by the bar anybody could turn up with a guitar and join in and play. Sometimes Damien Dempsey would turn up and sing reverently Dubliner folk tunes. Paddy Casey could appear also the odd time accompanied by other music industry collegues aswell as pals.
The pub is a nice interior with a decent smoking area. Often they would do cheaper beer deals to cater for the students that would pour in around 21:00. Beside Whelans is a DIT college and it is also located near student flat land. So the scene is quite young and lively. A particularly chilled out pub at times before its fills up with punters. However it is also a late bar on weekends. So Dj’s that arrive into the bar can play interesting sounds. They do food aswell during the day.
South Great Georges Street, 2 Dublin
A very easy going place to go eat. Its also not hard on the pocket. The food is tasty and they do nice wines there. One can get Sangria there or a Mochito or a pitcher or beer. Strangely enough the clientele seem to speak very loud at Havana. Some times the pitch can get to shouting level. It gets difficult to hear what your pal is saying and then they find they have to shout and I findI have to shout to be heard by my pal who is less then one foot in distance from me. At approximately 22:30, huge bongoes are wheeled out. Then at full shrieking volume, latino music is belted through the speakers. Then the giant sized bongo drums are pounded and it feels like we are preparing for war. Mind you, that is merely my own thoughts on the matter, however people get up and dance to the bongo beating that seems to be trying to shroud out the music from the speakers. A nice fun place.