Travel Blogs from Dublin, Ireland

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Dublin, Ireland, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin, Ireland

A travel blog entry by akawally

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... back to Dublin. We stopped in Galway (city center) for some shopping (Glad we did, it was a much nicer environment than Dublin, and also more reasonably priced). When we reached Dublin, we decided to try and drive into the city (scary thought) so we ...

Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin

A travel blog entry by hancocjb

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Irrrrrland, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Irrrrrland

A travel blog entry by kiemce

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... . The rolled up Sinn Fein weekly newspaper was a clue, but when they nearly throttled me when I referred to "The Republic of Ireland" it was a little scary. Fortunately they were well versed in the average Australian's dislike of England so I was off the ...

Ireland...CHECK!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Ireland...CHECK!

A travel blog entry by meganandkevin

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... , we were constantly left in awe of what we saw. I think we took enough pictures to fill a few albums here alone. Ireland feels a little more rustic compared to its polished neighbour to the east. The emphasis on music and their traditional sessions in ...

En Route to Kilkenny, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

En Route to Kilkenny

A travel blog entry by zento

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Country side Ireland, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Country side Ireland

A travel blog entry by clintonb

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... ha!  (thank you traffic lights). So this is where I'm writing this entry, on the bus.  Apparently the most bars in Ireland is in Cork.  I've been doing quite alot of drinking and socialising at bars since I've met up with Matty!  ...

Right to the Liffey, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Right to the Liffey

A travel blog entry by off_road_clara

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... were good enough. You'd made the grade, passed the test. I have never felt so non-threatened and happy in such a space. Oh Ireland, you wonderful land of happy souls. By 4am the night was coming to a close. The streets were empty and I had to head ...

En Route to London, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

En Route to London

A travel blog entry by zento

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Dublin pin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin pin

A travel blog entry by elsewhere

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wander and ponder (part II), Dublin, Ireland travel blog

wander and ponder (part II)

A travel blog entry by twittg

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... bottles, hostels recycling) but not great. I'll have to see what the rest of Europe is like. * The situation in Northern Ireland still seems messy despite there being a peace agreement. There's a lot of tension between the Protestants and Catholics. Both ...

The real Lords of the Dance, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

The real Lords of the Dance

A travel blog entry by happysheep

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Dublin again, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin again

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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Well, we returned for the Australia v Ireland game of rugby. We didn't bother seeing anything of Dublin this time, as there was only one place that warranted our company, and that was the Aussie bar. The reason being that this was the only place showing ...

Dublin, Ireland, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin, Ireland

A travel blog entry by akawally

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... later, we stumbled back to the hotel with fish n' chips wrapped in newspaper, awoke the boys, and made them stand and sing for Ireland. -- Oh, right, that last part didn't really happen, or at least not by us. The rest of Dublin is nice, the churches ...

Ireland - Home Of Blarney And Craic., Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Ireland - Home Of Blarney And Craic.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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After three wonderful hectic days with Martin and Heike, it was off to Dublin, Ireland via Ryan Air with tickets bought on the Internet for less than a Pound each (plus taxes)!! We spent a week in Ireland, a very funny, perplexing and picturesque place. ...

The home of Guinness!!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

The home of Guinness!!

A travel blog entry by clintonb

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Here we all are in Dublin, Ireland together.  Our official last country I'll be seeing for the first time before heading back to London to hop on a plane home. :-(  We have spent the last 2 nights here (18th and 19th) and definatly like Ireland ...

Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin

A travel blog entry by yah27

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... flight. I thought to myself, my kind of town... This is why I purposely bought my ticket to spend my first weekend in Dublin. Along with the Frenchman I met at the hostel, we headed out to Temple Bar. Temple bar is crowded, noisy, vibrant, and as ...

Drivin' me bonkers, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Drivin' me bonkers

A travel blog entry by scootergal

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... a little later than expected and drove solidly for three hours through fairly heavy traffic and major road works to reach Dublin. Mandy, our Hospitality Club hostess, had given us very precise instructions but unfortunately as our petrol situation became ...

Ireland - north, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Ireland - north

A travel blog entry by twittg

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... the border and completely searched. We didn't do much that day but see a ring fort and go to the northernmost point in Ireland. me at northernmost point (it was windy) April 1 we started heading west and south. Joey tricked us with an April Fool's ...

lucky charms, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

lucky charms

A travel blog entry by twittg

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... Galway tomorrow and will be there a few nights before returning here to Dublin to start my first tour (Southern Ireland, I think). Custom's House in Dublin I visited some of my friends from my Scotland tour over the weekend in London. We went out ...

camera (or lack thereof), Dublin, Ireland travel blog

camera (or lack thereof)

A travel blog entry by twittg

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... week and won't check it out 'til next week. No quick replacement. :( Once repaired, they will only send it somewhere within Ireland...I haven't figured out what I'm going to do about getting it back yet. I could do a quick fly back to pick it up.????? ...

Dublin - NO STORY., Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin - NO STORY.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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The Baggot Mile, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

The Baggot Mile

A travel blog entry by brendanlarkin

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Never has a pub crawl been discussed and mythologised to the point of becoming a rite of passage. The idea was first floated in 1st year in Trinity and like the Trinity Ball it has gradually taken on an ethereal aura. And like the Trinity Ball it didn't ...

Non starters, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Non starters

A travel blog entry by scootergal

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Today was to be a non-driving day to hopefully give my tailbone a rest so we caught the bus into Dublin and hopped on the sightseeing bus. The live commentator was not terribly good - she knew her facts and figures but wasn't as interesting as some of the ...

Dublin - NO STORY., Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin - NO STORY.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

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Day #6, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Day #6

A travel blog entry by yah27

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If London is the NY Yankees, Ireland is the Boston Redsox. London is full of pinstripes and ties while Ireland is the home of blue-collar, laid back, down-to-earth people. Dublin itself is no different than any other big cities I've been to, however, ...

Ireland, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Ireland

A travel blog entry by cullism

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... bright blonde wig as well as a Deep Southern accent which seemed almost a parody. The four elderly folk had arrived in Ireland, collected their van in Dublin and then spent five hours driving the ten or so miles to Dun Laoghaire. At first we were amused ...

Emerald Isle, 3rd time's a charm, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Emerald Isle, 3rd time's a charm

A travel blog entry by shmikes

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... and hardwood everywhere, this amazing hall is lined from floor to ceiling with old leather books and houses Ireland's national symbol, their oldest harp. Dublin actually takes it name from being the site of the 'black pool'. In the middle agaes the ...

Planning, shots and parties, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Planning, shots and parties

A travel blog entry by brendanlarkin

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... what to pack. I purposely bought a 60L bag so that I don't bring too much. The good folks in the Bank of Ireland are supplying the finances and healthy they most certainly are. The last thing you have to think about are the going away parties such as ...

Dublin, a brief visit, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin, a brief visit

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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... Temple Bar area. Next day came, and we took a walk to Kilmainham Jail. The British built this to house the Political prisoners of Ireland. It was great to do a tour and see the cells where famous Irishmen had been held, but for me, the highlight here was ...

Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin

A travel blog entry by m-and-c

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So we’re back on the road again all but briefly for a little visit to Ireland.  A county I (Caroline) is very familiar with having spent many of my childhood summer holidays visiting my Grandmother and Uncles.  However, I have never been to Dublin ...

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