Travel Blogs from Dublin, Ireland

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New Years in Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

New Years in Dublin

A travel blog entry by gpugh33

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What could a person possibly do in Ireland on New Years Eve? The Irish are more than well known for putting back a few pints, so that is exactly what we did. We started the day off with a tour around the Guinness storehouse. You can't actually see the ...

1st Day in Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

1st Day in Dublin

A travel blog entry by ritand

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... afternoon....crazy weather...rain one minute...fridge the next...and comfortably unzipping the layers the next!  Gotta love Ireland weather! Get a fabulous tour of Trinity College (#2 college choice for Sam) and stumble across a rugby game! ...

Dublin in the Fall, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin in the Fall

A travel blog entry by grantgholson

After spending the day in Dublin and the night back in Drogheda (alas, no rooms in Dublin for a Saturday night), we took the bus back in and have checked into our hostel. Yesterday, Dan and I went to see the Guinness Brewery, and the 9.50 euro tour was ...

Guiness Capital of the World, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Guiness Capital of the World

A travel blog entry by the_tardifs

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... Ireland and the Republic of Ireland." Well, his explanation began in the 1700s. He basically gave us an abbreviated history of Ireland. It was fascinating. A couple of times he would check-in by asking, "Am I veering away from your question." Both ...

Clean Clothes At Last, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Clean Clothes At Last

A travel blog entry by mish_brendan

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... over to replenish our supplies.  The remainder of the afternoon was spent at the National Archeological Museum, leaning about Ireland's prehistoric and medievil past.  The "Bog People" exhibit was quite interesting as was the "Roman" ...

One of the best days of this whole trip, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

One of the best days of this whole trip

A travel blog entry by ckodiak

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... . I go upstairs and there is a bar up there called Gravity. It is circular and 100% window walls that overlook all of Dublin. Super cool. You could get pints of Guiness for pretty cheap and we just sat and enjoyed ourselves. So then, this Irish band ...

First steps on the international circuit!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

First steps on the international circuit!

A travel blog entry by brownej

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... out to Howth. It is a lovely area - take a look at the photos!  The Hill of Tara and New Grange are part of Ireland's ancient history. The Hill of Tara, was where the Kings of Ireland ruled the isle and New Grange is a Mesolithic site (5000 years ...

Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin

A travel blog entry by mickandlisa

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... moment the lovely girl at the tourist office said 'can I help you' I knew I was going to like Ireland. We settled in to Temple Bar, the Dublin entertainment district. The first thing that hits you in Dublin is the number of pubs - apparently there is ...

Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin

A travel blog entry by corr

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Guiness & the Book of Kells in Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Guiness & the Book of Kells in Dublin

A travel blog entry by ambough

Once the ship docked, we made a beeline for Trinity College and the Book of Kells, a gloriously illustrated 9th century bible with hand-lettered pages created by monks. Two pages of the Book are displayed each day, and the upstairs wood-paneled Library ...

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