Travel Blogs from Dublin, Ireland

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Guinness tour!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Guinness tour!

A travel blog entry by pathenger

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... ) that find it hard to believe that it was my first time at Guinness. The building is beautiful and the top floor where there is a circular glass bar that lets you enjoy a view of Dublin while enjoying your free pint of Guinness. Better than ...

Its always time for a..., Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Its always time for a...

A travel blog entry by jess06

... Going through customs was a breeze and I soon found all my buddies in the food court. This is where I had the embarrassing realization that Ireland was on the euro. I knew it all along but I think the idea of going on the pound was really stuck in my ...

The Irish Know I'm Not Irish, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

The Irish Know I'm Not Irish

A travel blog entry by haleycheetham

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... the Dublin airport at midnight that night, it was the latter. An Irish photographer named Kevin Abosch had displayed 250 "Faces of Ireland" between the terminal and where I hailed myself a taxi to the hostel. I had never really thought more about the ...

Ernski Vernski - the Swedes invade Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Ernski Vernski - the Swedes invade Dublin

A travel blog entry by newhouse-hiles

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... music (not Johnny Cash or Dolly Parton).  While at Gogerty's we began noticing quite a few Swedes, who are in Dublin to watch the Ireland v. Sweden match, well on their way to a drunken evening.  We left Gogerty's to explore Temple Bar and ...

Dublin an amazing entrance to Ireland!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin an amazing entrance to Ireland!

A travel blog entry by jklezok

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... very interesting to see. Next was the Cathedral of St. Patrick's. Now we all know that St. Patrick's is the patron saint of Ireland (right? remember the whole 'driving the snakes out of Ireland' thing?) Ah well, I try. Anyway, this is also a beautiful ...

Ireland - Day 7, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Ireland - Day 7

A travel blog entry by tammyandsteve

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We spent the day walking around Dublin and visiting all the historic sites. Our first stop was Trinity College to see the Book of Kells. The Book dates back to the 800's, it was created by Celtic Monks written in Latin and it has pictures/texts ...

Day 3: Across Ireland, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Day 3: Across Ireland

A travel blog entry by marigolan

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... passed rivers and castle ruins on our way to the coast, we were given the lowdown on Irish history, some basics of Irish (Ireland's native language, which people in the U.S. call Gaelic), and facts on the landmarks and towns we were passing. Through some ...

Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Temple Bar

A travel blog entry by hilarycg

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We spent only a couple of days in Dublin. Since it was the very end of our trip, we were both pretty worn out and ready to go home. We stayed at the Barnacle hostel (the sister of the Gallway hostel) and mostly spent our time there at coffee shops and ...

Last day in Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Last day in Dublin

A travel blog entry by iancandy

... the tour, so we got together and went to the Viking and medieval museum which was pretty good, followed by a visit to the Georgian Dublin castle (although its more a palace). I want to live there. In a few hours I've got my flight to Stanstead, and ...

Ireland, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Ireland

A travel blog entry by musiclvr272

    Got up early today to catch the metro to the airport to catch our flight from Paris to Dublin. We had a little trouble checking in because Angela's bag was too heavy, mine was just under the wire. She had to use my extra duffle bag ...

Dublin!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin!

A travel blog entry by robert.reinpold

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... brunch before heading over to Trinity College (aka College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Queen Elizabeth near Dublin), which is Ireland's oldest University (1592). It was a really "neat" campus, but naturally they were doing construction work on ...

Dublin or (nearly) Bust, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin or (nearly) Bust

A travel blog entry by rhandic

... on time to catch our flight to Dublin. We slept part of the way, especially when the movie came on. when we fleww over Ireland's coast the sun was just coming up over the horizan in a beautiful pink bloom. We landed in Dublin and managed to find the ...

Ploughing matches?????, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Ploughing matches?????

A travel blog entry by brandonandryan

... Pedal to the metal time to try and get the car back and check in. Only problem was that there was something happening Ireland in regards to ploughing matches. I guess this is something that everyone and their dog comes out to watch. There was a part ...

Day 1 : Glasnevin, Dublin - Pints, Pubs, Pints!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Day 1 : Glasnevin, Dublin - Pints, Pubs, Pints!

A travel blog entry by angiekayaks

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I arrived in Ireland at 5:30 a.m. when my plane landed in Dublin.... I flew solo since I was meeting Michelle, Lauren and Katie later in the day. I got a cab to take me to the Aghadoe House, our first bnb. It was a 15 min ride from the airport and it cost ...

An Irish Weekend, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

An Irish Weekend

A travel blog entry by mikeandrachel

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... ; it is very similar to a small city in England and you could easily be mistaken for being in somewhere like Bristol. Dublin really is primarily known for its nightlife and the culture of drinking. The main area in the city where this occurs is in ...

Black gold, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Black gold

A travel blog entry by markturner

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... up the car once more and headed out onto the road. The drive into Dublin went very smooth as the highways are fantastic in Ireland. Once in Dublin we returned the car back and checked into our hotel. Adam was about to catch a flight to England so we all ...

Night 2,3 and 4 in Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Night 2,3 and 4 in Dublin

A travel blog entry by pjmartin

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... was small they only played for like and hour and 15 minutes, short but good. At the show we met James and Natalie, from Dublin and Australia, who then took us out for some more drinks. James was a huge fan of The Trailer Park Boys, especially Bubbles. ...

Another surpirse in Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Another surpirse in Dublin

A travel blog entry by mxcna78

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Tue July 19 2005 Edinburgh, Scotland to Dublin, Ireland I spent the entire morning walking parts of Edinburgh I hadn't explored before. I definitely went though non-touristy and residential areas since there was no one around! Towards the middle of ...

Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin

A travel blog entry by teresaking

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Temple Bar, Millenium spear, Loads of site seeing to ...

Who gets sunburned in Ireland?, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Who gets sunburned in Ireland?

A travel blog entry by kiaelise

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... I now have this mad burn on my shoulders and chest.  Who would have thought that I could get a sunburn even in a cloudy place like Ireland? The rest of the day went really great.  After my 8 mile walk, and yes, it was 8 miles, I checked, we went ...

Accommodations in Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Accommodations in Dublin

A travel blog entry by kiaelise

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So far our accommodations have been great. The first place we stayed, as I mentioned before, was warm and welcoming. The rooms were pretty basic but they were clean and had everything we needed. The only real down side was that we had to walk up 4 ...

Let life surprise you, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Let life surprise you

A travel blog entry by kiaelise

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... was no phone to be found anywhere near the hostel so Chris had the great idea to ask someone in the Brazen Head (the oldest pub in Dublin, which is also where we had dinner). The manager said he didn't know of one but that I could use his phone, as long ...

summation of Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

summation of Dublin

A travel blog entry by kiaelise

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... whiskey doesn't taste any better in Dublin. Then again I'm not a huge whiskey fan. You can get sunburned in Ireland. You can walk everywhere in Dublin, you really don't need the bus.  Well everywhere but the docks.  Don't walk to the ...

Paddy-feckin-monium, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Paddy-feckin-monium

A travel blog entry by tinyisgreat

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... and floats, but I'll be damned if I can figure them out.  I mean... I just spent the past 2 weeks in Ireland, and nothing seemed particularly Irish about the parade!  It looked like someone raided the Cirque du Soleil costume department!  ...

Leaving home(s), Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Leaving home(s)

A travel blog entry by a_d_smith

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... leaving!  We leave from Dublin on Thursday so just chilling out right now.  Typically Limerick are through to the All-Ireland hurling final for the first time in years, which will be played when we are somewhere in the Canadian wilderness.  ...

Back in Dublin!!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Back in Dublin!!

A travel blog entry by charmedlife

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... the city black with soot every winter. Even with the changes, I found that most every pub, street, park and square I knew from my walk home was still in its place. Which made Dublin 2006 the perfect blend - a comforting, yet exhilarating place to ...

Day 98: Gone for two years, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Day 98: Gone for two years

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber

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... it.  Customs was a breeze because the non-EU citizen line was empty. With a new stamp in our passport we were ready to see Ireland. We took a local bus to our hostel. We are staying in a 20 person dorm and it is full. It smells pretty bad because I ...

Dublin: A Homecoming and a New Found Heritage, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin: A Homecoming and a New Found Heritage

A travel blog entry by murphyandmeade

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... is the little things that make all the difference. For example, in London we found smelly, sloppy, inconsiderate hostelmates, whereas in Dublin we were delighted with people who not only had a regular bathing regiment but were enjoyable to be around. When ...

Burst!!!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Burst!!!

A travel blog entry by ian-sue

Everything smells like hand sanitiser...  Tutto odora di disinfettante per mani... :)   ...

My goodness, my guinness, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

My goodness, my guinness

A travel blog entry by salkelely

guinness cider whiskey castles lakes beautiful scenery beer rain hostel old buildings family history peat moss temple bar irish stew soda bread great accents shamrocks pear cider delayed flights black and white pudding trip to galway bad hostel folk ...

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