I can say a lot of good things about 'the Inn on the Liffey' ... such as a wonderful, nice and respectful staff, a very 'laid back' atmosphere, excellent breakfast in a cosy diner room served by a truly amiable and beautiful girl (she's a real sweetheart), great location, the inn has a very 'international' feeling .. you can speak French, Portugues and even Russian at the counter .. Cherry on the cake for the gay travellers is that you have free access to the sauna (which is old and run down, that's true .. but nobody says you have to make use of it! It's free .. anyway). Dublin is a city I left with mixed feelings ... there's a lot of aggressivity and public drunkenness in the Streets. You have to be really carefull. I was agressed in broad daylight by a beggar (an Irish beggar!) because a took a pic on a bridge where he and his mate were lying on the pavement. It was not a nice experience and I was really Lucky that a shopowner offered me shelter ... I have never ever seen before so much drunk people in high Streets and public spaces as in Dublin. Don't know what's happening there, but it's quite shocking .. it really is! Anyway, I had a great time because there are a lot of good things also .. like staying in 'the Inn on the Liffey' .. or visiting the castle and strolling through Phoenix Park ... Thank you very much to the staff of 'the Inn' for your extreme kindness .. you are great!! By the way, when I left someone told that the old tv-sets are bound to be replaced by flatscreens ... nice :-)
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