Travel Blogs from Dublin, Ireland

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It is soooooo real...., Dublin, Ireland travel blog

It is soooooo real....

A travel blog entry by ritand


... about 11:30p....oh wait...its 4:30a! Customs are a breeze at this hour! The guy says to me, how long are you here? Ireland & Scotland about 2 weeks after that moving on to rest of Europe for 3 mo's....he says 'by yourself? you must REALLY like ...

Sam's entry- Dublin Ireland October 19 2007, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Sam's entry- Dublin Ireland October 19 2007

A travel blog entry by loriglover


sup everyone!!! rite now i am in a layover in Dublin and i am super tired because its 9:00AM here but its 3:00am your time. Dublin is cold and kind of rainy but very green. I will write to you again when we get to Venice tonight. ...

Big City Touring, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Big City Touring

A travel blog entry by no-moinutah


... ; It’s an incredible experience to view the cells and grounds of the jail in conjunction with a well-explained history of Ireland’s turbulent political past.  This is definitely my #1 site in Dublin. We catch the HOHO bus (recorded ...

Functioning on Pure Will Power, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Functioning on Pure Will Power

A travel blog entry by no-moinutah


... to be out of the Dublin centre in wider spaces.  We take some time at the end of the pier to enjoy the view of Ireland’s Eye.  Angie wants to visit the lighthouse, but we’re on the wrong pier.  Sorry.  Back to the main ...

Ferry to Dublin, Irish whisky, and horse races!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Ferry to Dublin, Irish whisky, and horse races!

A travel blog entry by jlewku


We take a 30 mph ferry over from the UK to Dublin, Ireland. We arrive in Dublin and get another wonderful bed and breakfast in downtown. We spend the evening getting orientated and then go out on a Pub Crawl. My mom, Stephanie, myself, and 12 other ...

New Grange, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

New Grange

A travel blog entry by mish_brendan


... one hour from Dublin to the archeological site of New Grange and the ancient capital of Tara.  Tara was the capital of Ireland during Viking times and even though there is no buildings left at Tara the view from the hill over the surrounding fields ...

The Last Stop In Ireland...Dublin!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

The Last Stop In Ireland...Dublin!

A travel blog entry by britanne

Well it's off to Dublin and our last couple days in Ireland. :( It has been a blast and amazing seeing Ashleigh and Sara! So on the bus we go for a couple hours. We arrived in Dublin and settled into our hostel. Not a super exciting ...

Castle and Ancient Tombs, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Castle and Ancient Tombs

A travel blog entry by travelbee

HE SAID: Newgrange is amazing.  Not much is known about it but the basics are that it's an ancient tomb that I believe was created 500 years before the pyramids in Egypt.  They used no cement to keep the structure in tact.  They made it ...

Sam arrives in Dublin Ireland, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Sam arrives in Dublin Ireland

A travel blog entry by loriglover


... for Dublin. So at about the same time Marco Polos house was built in Venice, this castle was built in Ireland. The net day we got up early to see Dublin. We took a bus tour of Dublin and saw Trinity College, St. Patricks cathedral and the statue of Molly ...

A Cut Above, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

A Cut Above

A travel blog entry by leann-robyn


... her words "impossible" ideas. I was a little stressed knowing I would be leaving her trusting hands for two years. After two months in Dublin, my hair was in serious need of attention... What was I going to do? Luckily, fate stepped in last Sunday as I ...

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