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St Francis Xavier church on Gardiner Street Christmas Service

We attended the 8:00 PM Christmas service. It was referred to as the midnight service. The gospel... read more

Reviewed 25 December 2015
Dezilou
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None, Italy
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Gardiner Street Dublin for Comfortable Rooms at Value Prices

I booked my Hotel room through Gardiner Street Dublin.com that works in partnership with Hotels... read more

Reviewed 13 April 2015
mark l
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London, United Kingdom
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25 Dec 2015
“St Francis Xavier church on Gardiner Street Christmas Service”
13 Apr 2015
“Gardiner Street Dublin for Comfortable Rooms at Value Prices”
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Reviewed 13 September 2013

This street is approx 1.3Km long and took nearly 30 years to complete, from 1792 to 1820. It was developed by Luke Gardiner as part of his grand vision, which was to have a crescent built, where the Mater Hospital is. Because of it's proximity...More

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Reviewed 25 December 2015 via mobile

We attended the 8:00 PM Christmas service. It was referred to as the midnight service. The gospel choir was most enjoyable to hear. The church's ambiance is so nostalgic and spiritually uplifting. A beautiful church to visit while in Dublin for any religion (especially Catholics).

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Reviewed 13 April 2015

I booked my Hotel room through Gardiner Street Dublin.com that works in partnership with Hotels Combined .com to offer really great value packages right in the middle of Dublin City, I had a comfortable room for €49 including breakfast, I was 5 minutes from all...More

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Reviewed 13 September 2013

This street is approx 1.3Km long and took nearly 30 years to complete, from 1792 to 1820. It was developed by Luke Gardiner as part of his grand vision, which was to have a crescent built, where the Mater Hospital is. Because of it's proximity...More

4  Thank letterkennycaint
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