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Ballsbridge Hotel

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Jurys Inn Dublin

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Clayton Hotel

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Hotel Riu Plaza

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Holiday Inn Express

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Castle Hotel

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DUBLIN WEEKEND BREAKS

Dublin is never short of a warm welcome and visitor aiming for a good time can find the Guinness flowing freely.

A core part of Dublin’s culture has to be its pubs. They are where people meet to catch up, make new friends, have a laugh and generally enjoy the craic.

For the best traditional pubs, the side streets off Grafton Street hide a good few hostelries. While for the music for the emerald isle Oliver St John Gogarty on Fleet Street is well worth finding.

Oliver St John Gogarty is located in the famous Temple Bar district and much of the nightlife is focused on the quarter’s cobbled streets.

However, during the day Temple Bar is a centre of culture with the Irish Photography Centre, the Temple Bar Music Centre and Arthouse Multimedia Centre standing along side the Irish Stock Exchange and Ireland’s central bank.

At what seem to fuel all the activity is the black stuff. The Guinness Storehouse is the heart of the St James Gate Brewery and allows visitors to see the history of the black stuff, how it is made, importantly how to pour the perfect pint and enjoy the views of the city from the Gravity Bar with a glass in hand.
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