Travel Blogs from Dublin, Ireland

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Q: How many rucksacks can you fit in a mini?, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Q: How many rucksacks can you fit in a mini?

A travel blog entry by ramblingrover

Quite a lot actually! Well, maybe not a mini but we still fitted everything in to one car and that's all that counts in my books! Whilst packing all my things away, I realised that you can discover so much about yourself that you never knew before. ...

Guinness and Irish Bagpipes, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Guinness and Irish Bagpipes

A travel blog entry by celestemarie

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... years old built entirely of stone and still waterproof.  Also, we learned about the great Blasket Islands.  Man, Ireland is jam-packed with interesting history.  Later, we hiked through some cow pastures (mind your step...) to a light ...

Guinness Brewery, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Guinness Brewery

A travel blog entry by britanne

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This afternoon we met the two Germans to go to the Guinness Brewery tour. They are really nice guys and for English being their second language, they were pretty good. The storehouse, used to be the fermentation plant until it was turned into a visitors ...

Fleeing the Tourists, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Fleeing the Tourists

A travel blog entry by sparsel

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... things to check out and store our luggage for the day. We ventured off to grab some coffee and walk to the nearest DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit--the regional train) station to go to Howth--a place recommended by many. It was a short train ride from ...

Walkin' Around Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Walkin' Around Dublin

A travel blog entry by britanne

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... guide was hilarious, which made the tour quite entertaining and funny. We visited Trinity Campus, which is like the Harvard of Ireland. Before the 1960's no Catholic was allowed to step foot on the grounds, because it was built by Queen Elizabeth back ...

Pints of Guinness Make You Stronger, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Pints of Guinness Make You Stronger

A travel blog entry by sparsel

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... walked around.  It was spitting rain and gloomy, but as we were informed at the front desk one cannot plan there day in Ireland based upon the weather at any given point because of the frequent changes. This ended up being true as the sun came out ...

The ABC, according to Coke, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

The ABC, according to Coke

A travel blog entry by ramblingrover

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... I was last home but there have been so many major changes since I last lived here. For starters, there's now a motorway around Dublin that links the northside with the southside. Why they called it the M50 I'll never know 'coz I'm sure there aren't ...

Hitting the road, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Hitting the road

A travel blog entry by thomasandannie

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Early start this morning, up at 5, off to the airport, into terminal 2 had a strong coffee and then said our goodbyes. Flew into London Heathrow and met Sinead, more of the same, coffee and goodbyes. A three hour stop over in London and then on to ...

Too little time in Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Too little time in Dublin

A travel blog entry by sarasworld

... for enlightenment. Dublin, meanwhile, has done its best to seduce me. After spending time in various parts of Ireland I returned to Dublin with a new appreciation for its size and culture. Walking the streets is an international experience. I've heard ...

Chip and Carol's 34th Wedding Anniversary, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Chip and Carol's 34th Wedding Anniversary

A travel blog entry by ckodiak

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... the sun is shining. Do you know what happens when the sun is shining while it rains? Thats right, we saw a georgeous rainbow IN IRELAND. The cabbie pulled off the road for us so we could take pictures. AND THEN a double rainbow appeared! It was very very ...

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