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King's Inns, Dublin
(4.1/5 based on a few reviews on the web)
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  • It is worth going on to Henrietta Street, the truest way of Dublin, then enter the complex, then go to the Park to stop in front of the Hungry Tree, a perfect ride!
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  • This is a really cool building but I would avoid going to it on Sundays because it doesn't seem to be open. The park was full of rubbish, which was unfortunate. I would recommend this to someone who i...  more »
  • Bar Association of Ireland was in this place already from the middle of the sixteenth century, and was based on fifty years before the famous Trinity College. Now a complex of buildings and adjacent Park are used as a legal institution of higher education.
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  • while the inside of the inns is generally out of bounds to anyone other than students or staff, the park outside it is a rather nice place to sit and relax. also there are occasionally concerts on if you do want to look at the splendid dining hall at which such revered people as padraig pearse or brian cowen (cough cough) have sat