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It's a very easy walk along the river to the North Stand access on Bath Avenue. From the southeast side of the ground you just go along the riverside footpath to the Bath Avenue bridge

https://www.google.ie/maps/dir/53.3341921,-6.2251546/53.3363552,-6.2261779/@53.3332736,-6.2342987,16z/data=!4m9!4m8!1m5!3m4!1m2!1d-6.2252338!2d53.3357186!3s0x48670ec2a1397043:0x4ccff7566c83a259!1m0!3e2

From Mary Macs it is slightly further but easily walked in 15mins

https://www.google.ie/maps/dir/53.3291002,-6.2311794/53.3363552,-6.2261779/@53.3332736,-6.2342987,16z/data=!4m9!4m8!1m5!3m4!1m2!1d-6.2252338!2d53.3357186!3s0x48670ec2a1397043:0x4ccff7566c83a259!1m0!3e2




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Looking forward to a cracking match and enjoying a couple of beers with the Scarlets fans in Dublin 4
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Bryn@man Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 April 2018 at 7:44pm
Originally posted by D06Blue D06Blue wrote:

Looking forward to a cracking match and enjoying a couple of beers with the Scarlets fans in Dublin 4

Happy to buy you a pint to try and lift your spirits after another Scarlets win... Well half a pint anyway given the prices you lot charge Big smile
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Hi,
 
If anyone is looking for a ticket I have one for the North Stand Block 134.  
DM me is interested.  
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Where are people meeting in Dublin tomorrow night?
Gang of us staying in the Maldron Hotel, Pearse Street. Fairly central to everything in the great city.
Be great to all meet up
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Was initially thinking we'd be in a pub in the Temple Bar area but straight after the game and perhaps most of the night I guess pub near ground best as will be nearly 100% rugby fans without lots of tourists diluting the rugby atmosphere.
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Is there a plan to cheers the players as they pass on the bus ?
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You can't fault the set up in the pubs around the ground with Mary Mac's in the middle of a row of pubs. Good atmosphere both before and after the game. Go in to town and you just become another tourist. I would stay local to the ground.
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Originally posted by Rich (Bris) Rich (Bris) wrote:

Was initially thinking we'd be in a pub in the Temple Bar area but straight after the game and perhaps most of the night I guess pub near ground best as will be nearly 100% rugby fans without lots of tourists diluting the rugby atmosphere.
Avoid temple bar overpriced full of tourists. Mary Macs for me and the troops, this is where all the fans I have spoken to are meeting.
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Sounds a plan!
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Normally people drift into town via Baggot Street, it takes a long time though as there are a lot of stops on the way Smile

Incidentally, if your are looking for a more upmarket alternative to Temple Bar, https://lovindublin.com/reviews/hipster/dublins-ultimate-foodie-district-hipster-triangle
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Dublin is really expensive  but on the whole it's a lovely place and your already  out there  so who cares about the money!!
 
have a safe trip and a great time one and all,  really wish I was there with you
 
 
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Anyone know what time Mary Macs opens Saturday morning🤔
perpignan 2011 i was there
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Pubs open at 11. Close whenever.
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Anyone in templebar this evening as we’re thinking of heading down there...... If so let me know where is ‘great craic’ !!!!!
Well it was back in 1884.... when we wore the colours for sure !! From Fiji to the Wallabies they all know where we're at........... The 72' All Blacks, they'll tell you that!!
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