Travel Blogs from Dublin, Ireland

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We've arrived!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

We've arrived!

A travel blog entry by scooterandlaura

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... handle the traffic any city has to offer.    In conclusion (as if this was a 10th grade term paper), so far Ireland is awesome!  On a side note, since I've been at this internet cafe, Scooter went to go move the car from the illegal ...

Diddly dee, potatoes, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Diddly dee, potatoes

A travel blog entry by kateanddrew

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... with the accent. After a sleep in the next day, we did one of the top things that the guidebooks said no stop in Dublin would be without. A place that honours both the religion and culture of the region. We did a tour of the Guinness factory. It's ...

[Insert title about getting lucky in Ireland], Dublin, Ireland travel blog

[Insert title about getting lucky in Ireland]

A travel blog entry by schipper

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... heard that Dublin was great fun. So I decided to head to the island over Thanksgiving break. I considered visiting other places in Ireland, specifically Belfast, but I was able to find enough things to do in Dublin that I never really left the city. If I ...

Start of my euro trip, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Start of my euro trip

A travel blog entry by akreyling

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... . Such an intense game too, it was the revenge game between Dublin and Mayo from the previous year because they lost for All ireland title to Dublin by one point. Many players were kicked out of the game and Dublin played with one man down the whole time ...

Happy St. Patrick's Day!!!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Happy St. Patrick's Day!!!

A travel blog entry by kelseylynn

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Happy St. Patrick's Day everyone!! I just got back from Dublin, Ireland and boy did I have some Irish fun :) The newspaper there said that St. Patrick's Day weekend is the busiest time of the year for Ireland and I definitely believe it--there were ...

Got lots done today, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Got lots done today

A travel blog entry by brandonandryan

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... in the company's 250 year history and at the end of it you find yourself at one of the highest viewpoints in all of Dublin with a pint of the freshest Guinness in the world. Looking out over the grounds of the brewery, which takes up acres and acres of ...

Afternoon walk, Booterstown, Ireland travel blog

Afternoon walk

A travel blog entry by neason

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on thursday alana and i decided to go for a bit of a midday walk to the beach. using the word beach turned out to be a bit of a stretch! we ended up walking up the train line overpass to see the ocean, fronted by a wall, no sand! went back through a ...

Howth and back out on the town, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Howth and back out on the town

A travel blog entry by jessica_caywood

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Today me, Megan and Brittany went to visit a small town called Howth. It is right outside Dublin and is on the Irish Sea. It was really beautiful there. You could walk all along the coast. We also walked around the town a little bit. It is not very ...

Lightning Strikes in the Sky, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Lightning Strikes in the Sky

A travel blog entry by perigranati

... without something to read. We board.  'Sorry folks for the delay.  The plane was hit by lightning on the way over from Ireland.  We had to do a few checks.  And now we have lost our take off slot.  Air traffic control says we ...

On the trail of the Gallaghers and Enaks!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

On the trail of the Gallaghers and Enaks!

A travel blog entry by kimba

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... towns and country side. Our guide was very jolly and filled us in on heaps of history about the land and the politics of Ireland. When I got back to Dublin i set about chasing up some of my family history. It was a big task and i didn't get much done in ...

CONTENT AT THE CLOSE, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

CONTENT AT THE CLOSE

A travel blog entry by adventureingenu

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... things await. Life is always challenging, it's how we handle that challenge that defines us. In the words of one of Ireland's most prolific and respected writers, James Joyce, "better pass boldly into that other world, in the full glory of some passion, ...

Fairies and the Roots of Irish Music, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Fairies and the Roots of Irish Music

A travel blog entry by colerumbough

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The port in Dublin, Ireland is very industrial and full of shipping containers (some of them labeled Costco) and cranes. Because of this, the port was hazardous to walk around in and easy to get lost in so SAS arranged for a shuttle bus to take us to the ...

Dublin up for fun, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin up for fun

A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope

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... we go on our way. I’m not complaining about that of course I was just glad we were on. We eventually picked up half of Dublin on the way to the airport and only when the bus was almost bottoming out did he finally refuse passengers and make his way ...

Leaving Ireland, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Leaving Ireland

A travel blog entry by grynn

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We left Ireland on a crisp winter's day, we couldn't wait. We were pretty sad to be leaving Ireland and there were tearful goodbyes at departures. All those mornings driving past the airport and seeing the planes take off, counting down the days til ...

The Final Countdownnnnn (da da daaaa da... etc.), Dublin, Ireland travel blog

The Final Countdownnnnn (da da daaaa da... etc.)

A travel blog entry by ellaradcliffe

Guess what I'm doing? Not studying for my final, thats for sure! I'm about 50% kidding, because I have kind of studied for my final tomorrow, but I have also watched Shawshank Redemption and the new New Girl and almost burned the kitchen down cooking a ...

Lovin Publin..I Mean Dublin, Doublin, Ireland travel blog

Lovin Publin..I Mean Dublin

A travel blog entry by suzabroad

Ok so i know last time I wrote i said we were going to Limerick...but we had an adventure and ended up in Dublin. So here goes the story. We left Cashel by bus to a town where we had to catch another bus to Limerick. Once we got to the town we waited at ...

Finally....I cant handle the pace in TC!, Dublin Airport, Ireland travel blog

Finally....I cant handle the pace in TC!

A travel blog entry by sallypoff

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Well....here i am in the airport, about to head off into the sunshine.  At least i hope its sunshine although im not called Monsoon Sally for nothing you know!  After the last 20 days in TC im am beginning to rust from the inside out.  ...

Dublin Airport, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin Airport

A travel blog entry by kwant

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Here I stand, wondering what to say to you..., Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Here I stand, wondering what to say to you...

A travel blog entry by faith.over.fear

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... . I bought their CD's though I have no way of listening to them. This leads me to my absolutely favourite thing about dublin - the street performers. There are SO many talented people. From the weird (someone dressed as mario, playing super mario on his ...

My Trip Around the UK and Ireland, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

My Trip Around the UK and Ireland

A travel blog entry by morgan749

... there we went to Saint Patrick's Cathedral. It was a beautiful and magnificent Cathedral that was dedicated to the patron saint of Ireland. It was an amazing place with a great history and we really enjoyed ourselves. After lunch we went to Dublin Zoo. ...

Dublin on 2 hours of sleep!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin on 2 hours of sleep!

A travel blog entry by mwereley

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... ve been to Oxford and Cambridge in the past. Trinity College was established by Queen Elizabeth the First to educate her subjects in Ireland. The historic buildings are showing their age and the whole campus is sort of a dull gray. Still, the student who ...

Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin

A travel blog entry by shane-paula

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No place like home...., Dublin, Ireland travel blog

No place like home....

A travel blog entry by paulfeeney

Dublin airport....quick stop in London and i was Bangkok Thailand bound, bring it on! ...

Exam week, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Exam week

A travel blog entry by neason

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... what not. last night i went out to dinner with my housemates for our family christmas dinner! went to the oldest cafe in dublin, exchanged secret santa presents and stopped for a few photo ops! good fun!  today after my last exam (and a celebratory ...

38. Molly Malone and a Black Velvet Band, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

38. Molly Malone and a Black Velvet Band

A travel blog entry by sarahandblairnz

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... hours, we can safely say that if you like drinking and singing and are looking for friendly, hospitable people, then a visit to Ireland for St. Patrick´s Day is well worth the expense. And what an expensive city it is.  Friday afternoon we explored ...

Cold Blow and the Rainy Night, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Cold Blow and the Rainy Night

A travel blog entry by red_gamer

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... every day at Wilson Hartnell PR. The print quality has certainly improved. The newspapers used to smudge a lot. It's like I never left Ireland. We spent the first day on our Aunty Hilary's farm in northern Dublin. It was threatening to rain and the wind ...

Guinness is good for you., Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Guinness is good for you.

A travel blog entry by jrank2889

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... a local about the Kilmainham jail, since many of the inmates a large part in the development of the later political agenda throughout Ireland. He insisted that he always tried to view it in an unbiased manner, as he was from the south and would naturally ...

Arrivée compliquée....ou chère comme on veut..., Dublin, Irlande travel blog

Arrivée compliquée....ou chère comme on veut...

A travel blog entry by camperfamily

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... à, après un vol sympa ( enfin décollage costaud quand même, grosse accélération), nous arrivons à Dublin, le temps est gris, mais il ne pleut pas, ouf! Direction le loueur de voiture pour récupérer notre belle ...

Suck it O'Hare....but HELLO Dublin!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Suck it O'Hare....but HELLO Dublin!

A travel blog entry by annasmith

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... over an hour!  It was maddening, and we almost missed our Philly flight.  But thank goodness my guinness we made it to Dublin...unfortunately our bags didn't.  boo.  Honestly though, we kind of expected it, and we've been rather upbeat ...

Three clovers don't make you irish, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Three clovers don't make you irish

A travel blog entry by jkeurotrip

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... but were still well enough to wake up for a free walking tour for 11 am this morning. The tour was great and we have now seen Dublin and are ready to move on to Brussels. Our flight is tomorrow morning at 7 30 ish and we will be sure to check in soon. ...

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