Travel Blogs from Dublin, Ireland

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In Dublin's Fair City..., Dublin, Ireland travel blog

In Dublin's Fair City...

A travel blog entry by albertine


... , La Caverna.  Yummy food served in the wine cellar - very atmospheric. Yesterday, I visited the National Gallery of Ireland which houses the largest collection of art in the country.  Interesting to see the Irish art exhibits and also some ...

Arrival in Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Arrival in Dublin

A travel blog entry by cheesemongerers


... returned to the hostel.  Jonathan began to do some job searching online, as well as a little studying of Ireland.  Bri, while joining him, passed out at about 7:30.  It was a pretty slow night.  I borrowed ...

First hot shower since arrival, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

First hot shower since arrival

A travel blog entry by mountainmari


It's 7:30am and a free computer is free. Yesterday, I walked all around Dublin with a Brazilian guy, Eduardo that is studying in Germany. We saw everything and made out way past every church, into some FREE museums and to the other side of the city- the ...

Much Needed Chill Day, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Much Needed Chill Day

A travel blog entry by britanne

Our last day in Dublin, we decided to have a relaxation day. It wasn't very nice outside, so it's a perfect day for a movie! We went and saw 'The Internship.' The movie was much funnier than I thought it was going to be and we both really enjoyed it. ...

Shopping in Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Shopping in Dublin

A travel blog entry by milski


... that the Irish make chocolate, so bought some...just to compare with the Swiss stuff, of course. Arrived back in London wishing that I'd had more time to see Ireland properly, without the Shamrocker experience (possibly another sign of getting ...

Shamrocks, Potatoes, Guiness, and other cliches, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Shamrocks, Potatoes, Guiness, and other cliches

A travel blog entry by kitestrings


... person I saw, who just happened to be a pleasant girl from Nova Scotia starting a year abroad working in a hostel in Ireland (not Dublin). Through our conversation, I learned she is two years engaged to a guy she's gone out with for six years, has a ...

Guinness is Good For You!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Guinness is Good For You!

A travel blog entry by donnartw2012


... can't praise free tours enough. You'll be amazed but what you can learn in a day (or night!). If you're in Dublin, you must join them. Ireland was populated by Celtic pagans as early as 600 BC, but it has a long history of being invaded by outsiders. In ...

Jake travels to Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Jake travels to Dublin

A travel blog entry by loriglover


... trees here- crazy!!! They also drive on the opposite side of the road from us and the driver was in the passeger seat. I loved Ireland and Italy. The things I will remember most are my family's house in Avellino and the Gaol in Dublin - it was cool. I'll ...

Leaving Home!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Leaving Home!

A travel blog entry by shellyoshea


A tearful goodbye - one last look at Dublin Airport and I'm off on the trip of a life time ...

Planned Itinerary, Baldoyle, Ireland travel blog

Planned Itinerary

A travel blog entry by fruss_copy1


Summary: London - Rio - Own way Sao Paulo - Buenos Aires - Lima - Quito - Santiago - Auckland - Own way Christchurch - Sydney - Own way Cairns - Melbourne - Perth - Hong Kong - Beijing - Own way Shanghai - Tokyo Highlights should include: Christ the ...

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