Travel Blogs from Dublin, Ireland

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What rain?, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

What rain?

A travel blog entry by patry

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... are driving on! We got in the car with the goal of seeing the Giants Causeway, the most visited World Heritage site in Ireland. It is cylindrical rock formations along Northern Ireland’s coast. We took a windy walk along the cliffs which led us to ...

End of Copenhagen life, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

End of Copenhagen life

A travel blog entry by danskgirl

... visas week before last, so 2 down 2 to go, have to go Russians on Fri 30th....and the Chinese at 11th hour in Dublin on 5th Apr hopefully. Have a had few nice farewell emails from colleagues and my agent called to say bye and the landlord reckons he ...

Packing and Weekend plans, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Packing and Weekend plans

A travel blog entry by andiontheroad

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Aside from packing my bags Yuni and I had come up with a comprehensive list of activities for the last two days together. I used up all the Oranges to make juice which we enjoyed. Yuni was off to work with a family for while. I used that time to get ...

Sunrise over Ireland, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Sunrise over Ireland

A travel blog entry by mlscheppler

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... hear. "Never be afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God!" Corrie ten Boom And so. I'm watching the sun rise over Ireland. Knowing who goes before me "Nevertheless, I am continually with you; you hold my right hand. You guide me with your ...

Around the Ring of Kerry, Killarney, Ireland travel blog

Around the Ring of Kerry

A travel blog entry by lindaandstuart

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... the whole world opened up for my viewing pleasure complete with fluffy clouds swirling around my head, very magical world indeed! Ireland appears to have a million tiny little villages or hamlets and very few large towns around the parts we've ...

Back to Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Back to Dublin

A travel blog entry by segacs

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... count. It was a good one. I really love the Irish pub atmosphere - I think if I lived here, I'd go to the pub all the time. Despite the lousy weather, I really like Dublin and I'm sorry to have to leave here tomorrow. I'm so not ready to go ...

the final curtain, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

the final curtain

A travel blog entry by gillymags

Hi everyone, sorry I haven't updated my blog for over a month but I've been enjoying myself!!! ha ha. The last update was our departure from New Zealand. We flew into Cairns, where I was questioned about my plans while I was in Australia. ...

Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Dublin

A travel blog entry by kieranocal

Starting ...

Goodbye, Frankfurt.  Hello Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Goodbye, Frankfurt. Hello Dublin

A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron

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... clothes).  Heels would be impossible with the cobbled streets - wonder if that was the reason. Goodbye to Frankfurt, and hello Dublin. We were reminded, when we boarded our plane, that irritating as it is, the reason they generally load a plane by ...

Screw attepmts at alliteration, Dublin is awesome!, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Screw attepmts at alliteration, Dublin is awesome!

A travel blog entry by tagmoore

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... favourites were Molly Malone, Whiskey in the Jar and Wild Rover. The pub crawl guide was telling us about a popular drink in Ireland called a Whiskey Red (whiskey plus red lemonade). The mixer was banned in all parts of the EU due to some carcinogenic ...

Ireland - Cats' Aid experience, Dublin, Italy travel blog

Ireland - Cats' Aid experience

A travel blog entry by beagui

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We are currently having a good experience with a nice group of rescue called Cats Aid and situated in Co. Dublin (Ireland). They have a frequently updated web-site if you are thinking in helping with cats: ...

Some of the Itinerary, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Some of the Itinerary

A travel blog entry by danskgirl

... 26 Jul Kiev ?? then train through Germany?? 29 Jul Get euorstar from Brussels to  London 29 Jul A night in The Ritz or other 5* 30 Jul Bristol ?? 1 Aug Holyhead-Dublin **Yes you read correctly the plan is Shanghai to Dublin by land and ...

The Long Goodbyes, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

The Long Goodbyes

A travel blog entry by alandrach

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Pretty much all the goodbyes have now been done with the exception of the parents which will be done at Dublin airport tomorrow, I promise I won't get emotional but I cant say the same for Rach. I think between us we've been to about 8 going away parties, ...

Mum and I do Ireland, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Mum and I do Ireland

A travel blog entry by anna_and_andrea

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Hello all!! Ireland was so much fun. Mom and I got to see so many places... two Weeks was not enough by far. We met really nice people in our coach. Most were either from the USA or Australia. The country side was gorgeous... but my favorite place was the ...

Arrival In Dublin, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Arrival In Dublin

A travel blog entry by newhouse-hiles

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... a concern about the environment given the fancy flushing toilets! So far Mitch and I have taken the public transportation back into Dublin which was a very nice relaxing drive (compared to our drive in).  St. Stephens Green was gorgeous and we are ...

Last day at work, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Last day at work

A travel blog entry by andiontheroad

I'm sitting here on 35000 feet and we just encountered some turbulence. We are just above the northern tip of Malaysia and have about an hour left till we arrive in Singapore. Should be there by 16:35 local time.   It's time to catch upon the bog. ...

Hop on Hop off is the way to go, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Hop on Hop off is the way to go

A travel blog entry by xplorersarah

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... got to talking with a bloke who explained it to me: "The guys will go where they know all the women will be hanging out." So Dublin is booked out firstly by girls watching a boy band then by guys chasing the girls. Today I did the Hop on Hop off bus ...

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

Touring Ireland with the Parents !

A travel blog entry by eithne

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I know, I ...

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 ...

Aaaawwwwww..., Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Aaaawwwwww...

A travel blog entry by chopsticks

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So that's it...the pah-tay is over, as they say. Sitting in the terminal waiting for the flight to Boston. Definitely...mixed emotions...can't wait to get home and see my peeps...but still...what a fantastic time was had by all! Of course we both loved ...

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 ...

Day 27: Irish Whiskey, Irish Beer, Irish Food, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Day 27: Irish Whiskey, Irish Beer, Irish Food

A travel blog entry by jhargis11

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We got into Dublin around 11 o'clock and already had a Guinness tour scheduled for 2:30 this afternoon. We were trying to think of something to do instead of just wandering around when we came across the Irish Whiskey Museum. They offered tours about how ...

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 ...

Day 0 - Back by Popular Demand, Dublin, Ireland travel blog

Day 0 - Back by Popular Demand

A travel blog entry by sirchancelot222

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... know, Kirsten and I have ventured into the "Land of the Leprechaun" and will spend the next 10 days touring the country of Ireland. We went a different route this go-round and splurged on a groupon for this trip (you're damn right you read that correct, ...

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 ...

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