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September 28, 2005
From journal Dublin
Nottingham, United Kingdom
December 8, 2004
Kinlay House, once a boys’ boarding house, had to be my favourite hostel; I think this was a general agreement throughout the group. This seemed to be because of the sheer originality of the room, which, when studied, was on a tilt, whilst the window rang straight (but not at an angle to have any effect).
Situated near Temple Bar, we had a great view of the road below, considering we had walked up about five flights of stairs, as seen in the picture. It has an amazingly violet staircase that winds its way up seven stories and can be quite nauseating in a rush. Again, we had no curfew and made good use of this, returning to cholesterol–building cooked breakfasts, clean bedding, and plug sockets, which were rare in Abraham House. Being on Lord Edward Street, the priced was bumped up to £18 a night (€22 approx), but we had access to luggage storage, which was tremendously valuable on a return date.
From journal Students Hit Dublin