Travel Blogs from Dublin, Ireland

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Touring Ireland with the Parents !, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Touring Ireland with the Parents !

A travel blog entry by eithne

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The Emerald Isle, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

The Emerald Isle

A travel blog entry by triskele

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... Here is where Strongbow, one of the english knights that came to Ireland is buried. If you have read Edward Rutherford's Princes of Ireland or have any knowledge of Irish history, then you know who he is. From here, I went to Saint Patrick's ...

St Andrews, Traveling, and Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

St Andrews, Traveling, and Dublin

A travel blog entry by davisa157

... was fun to see.  There is also a gigantic cross where the Pope held mass in the 70's and 1.5 million people showed up (Ireland population was only 2 million at the time) to witness it.  After the park we grabbed a late lunch and came back to ...

Ok, we're tired...., Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Ok, we're tired....

A travel blog entry by pagerond

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... 20 minutes later, we were heading to our first stop, the Ashling Hotel.   We spent some time at the National Museum of Ireland, waiting for our room to be ready.  Weariness took over, so we headed back to the hotel.  Soon after, we were ...

The final days, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

The final days

A travel blog entry by neason

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the last couple have days in dublin have been really fun, its sad that everyone's leaving but we've been making the most of it, having lots of communal dinners, going in to town a lot, slumber parties in the hallway etc! ...

Luggage run home, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Luggage run home

A travel blog entry by danskgirl

... "stuff" and then found out the shipping costs FROM Denmark are demented (like 300eur for 20kg case but its only 120eur if moving From Ireland so must be some tax thing) and then realised its cheaper for both of us to fly home with SAS and the 20kg baggage ...

The Emerald Isle, Belfast, Portrush and Dublin, Ireland travel blog

The Emerald Isle

A travel blog entry by clandybar

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... (pronounced crack). Andy and I have visited several Irish pubs - one in Athlone that is the oldest in Ireland (built in 900 A.D.). Another pub in Dublin that was quite notable was the smallest pub in the city. It seats 12 people! Speaking of ...

Zoological Zenith, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Zoological Zenith

A travel blog entry by noni_matt

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... it might have been nice to spend more time exploring the past advertising exhibits and the 'choice' section (promoting responsible drinking, in Ireland, hahahaha) but we had to rush to make it to the Gravity Bar for our free pint.  Out of interest, ...

Karate kids, red tip orange belt, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Karate kids, red tip orange belt

A travel blog entry by gurus

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Crossing The Altantic, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Crossing The Altantic

A travel blog entry by moleandplace

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So far, no icebergs. Cobh was great. It was a little bit like the ABC show, Doc Martin. A small fishing village with one main road with lots of small cafes, restaurants & pubs. The town went all out to welcome the ship. Australian flags everywhere ...

Photos of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Photos of Ireland

A travel blog entry by alannareeves

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in the ...

Dublin, Ireland, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin, Ireland

A travel blog entry by whatboundaries

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Dublin, Ireland We spent the first night getting introduced to many different languages while playing Texas Hold'em...here's the scoop from an e-mail Cheryl sent out earlier that might not have reached everyone..."I have to admit, the hostels are ...

Jameson Country, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Jameson Country

A travel blog entry by ash_gauld

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Heya all, just got back from our short trip to Edinburgh and then Ireland. Stayed with Kate's cousin who lived right in the city centre of Dublin, not as pretty as Edinburgh which encouraged us to get out a bit. Went to Kilkenny which was really nice ...

Jeggings are the new pink., Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Jeggings are the new pink.

A travel blog entry by jrank2889

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... ", but they also played Irish songs like "Galway Girl" (which Ashley and I have heard like 15 times since arriving in Ireland). Overall though, it was a fun time and I highly recommend finding a pub that plays traditional Irish music or some variation of ...

"Summer" in Dublin

A travel blog entry by jen_is_away

As most of you know, myself and Doug are off travelling the world for a year. So I'll be putting my travel entries on this web site for everyone to have a look whenever they get the urge to hear about sunny places and sandy beaches! Of course for those ...

Almost there...., Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Almost there....

A travel blog entry by jenkellett

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Well hello & welcome to my first travelogue entry EVER!! We are just getting really excited now even though there is still 7 "work" weeks left & 8 "normal" weeks to our adventure. We actually changed our tickets yesterday (for a small fee of course) ...

Pays de la Guiness!!!!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Pays de la Guiness!!!!

A travel blog entry by jfquebec

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... reprendre mon avion vendredi matin a 6h30 et jusqua mon retour a mont de marsan samedi matin! jai peux etre trouver du travail a dublin donc je vais pe y retourner sinon je prend la direction de munich trouver une job je me croise les ...

The First Few Days, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

The First Few Days

A travel blog entry by posullivan09

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... the bus to Dublin, I took the 10 O'clock bus to Limerick, and then had an hour and a half to kill before I got the bus to Dublin. Luckily, my friend Eamon lives in Limerick so he met me at the bus station and we went for a short walk around the city. I ...

The Site Visit, Wicklow Mountains, Military Road, Ireland travel blog

The Site Visit, Wicklow Mountains

A travel blog entry by neason

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... and walked down to the hellfire club (about 1.5km on a very narrow road!) it was really pretty, there were amazing views over dublin and the bay where the ferry's from england come in. and the hellfire club is an abondened house with even better views of ...

Sleep?, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Sleep?

A travel blog entry by justen

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... seen a nun since elementary school when we had one as a vice principal. Even on the bus from Howth to Dublin I observed elderly ladies crossing themselves as we passed churches and cemeteries. Definitely a cultural difference, for sure. Anyway, there ...

Back in Dublin for one final night, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Back in Dublin for one final night

A travel blog entry by drbrn60

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... !) for sticking with us on our little adventure. We both plan to do a few more blogs to recap the trip and provide other random observations including the painful process of getting through the Dublin airport…. For now… Slainte! Diane and ...

hi, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

hi

A travel blog entry by sambaci

hi im not sure how to put images in i am just trying to figure it out ...

Dublin... Ireland..., Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin... Ireland...

A travel blog entry by kbort

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... and those who like to think they are Irish- I liked your city though I would really like to visit Ireland outside the city... That said... In Dublin, We went to Trinity College and were mistaken for students at the activities fair which was funny. We ...

The Drive....duhn duhn duhn ( for dramatic effect), Dublin, Ireland travel blog

The Drive....duhn duhn duhn ( for dramatic effect)

A travel blog entry by sobby

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We had only 1 really long day of driving all the way back from the west coast to the east coast of Ireland..well its not as long as a drive from the west coast to the east coast of CANADA. The three of us enjoyed our last leg of John's trip with ...

Dublin, indeed., Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin, indeed.

A travel blog entry by wolfsea

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A long drive. Finally on some higways. Stopped by the jameson destillery. and had a few tastes. To be ...

Paddys Day in Dublin!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Paddys Day in Dublin!

A travel blog entry by katevoss

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... or where they were all staying but it was amazing.  We wandered the streets for about another hour, checking out the Dublin castle on the way.     After the parade the streets cleared slightly and we headed to a pub in ...

St Patrick's Day - the way it should be, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

St Patrick's Day - the way it should be

A travel blog entry by ajoverseas

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Having found our feet in London, we flew Ryanair to Dublin for St Patrick's Day - yay Ireland!!! We spent an awesome weekend with Jamie's mate Stephen, Paul and Caitriona enjoying their wonderful Irish hospitality and, of course, a few ...

Dublintracking, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublintracking

A travel blog entry by andrewjerome

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... of the B & B graciously provided a huge breakfast before we threw everything into the car, wondering how we would arrive in Dublin by 1.30pm with a 2.5 hour drive ahead of us. For some reason, we decided to call the rental car company to ask if we ...

The Best Laid Plans..., Dublin, Ireland travel blog

The Best Laid Plans...

A travel blog entry by meatpuppet

... , given how bloody long the matches go on for. As I type play has yet to resume, owing to rain. Poxy weather here in Dublin too. Starting to nail down the specifics of what I'm going to be doing in the early stages of the trip. Specifically, the route ...

RATHMINES (Dublin), Rathmines, Ireland travel blog

RATHMINES (Dublin)

A travel blog entry by stevencranston

We drove to Dublin and stayed in another Travel Lodge. We went out on the town in the Temple Bar district and had a massive night the first night, pub and club hopping. We had so much fun, but I did not feel the best the next morning after way too many ...

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