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Dublin for 3 nights

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Dublin for 3 nights

Hi wondering what bus to take to the brooks hotel near st Stephens green from the airport? Also dinner recommendations for Saturday night we have two teenage kids but they love good food!! Also what are some fun things to do with teens ?

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London, United...
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1. Re: Dublin for 3 nights

As if there’s a gig or sporting event on we might need you to book in advance

What age are your kids? What kind of things are they into?

And for the bus, if there’s going to be 2 adults and 2 teens, it might be cheaper to get a taxi

Ireland
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2. Re: Dublin for 3 nights

Gotham Cafe on Sth Anne St is good for teens.

Ventura, California
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3. Re: Dublin for 3 nights

Airlink Bus 747 gets you to College Green which is about 5 blocks away at a cost of 7 euros each. A cab will run anywhere from 25 to 32 and get you right to your hotel door.

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4. Re: Dublin for 3 nights

Decent grub in this local pub.

www.bruxelles.ie/

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5. Re: Dublin for 3 nights

The Airlink 747 is a good recommendation. Here is a map of the walk from the bus stop to your hotel.

https://tinyurl.com/yda6745a

If you are going to be in Dublin for a day or a few, consider the Leap Visitor Card, very convenient and a good value. The 747 fare is included from/to the airport.

https://about.leapcard.ie/leap-visitor-card

If you are only there for one night, then the taxi might be the thing to do.

For a day out, take your kids to Howth, 30 minutes on the DART.

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