Derrybawn Mountain Lodge

Address: Derrybawn, County Wicklow, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Derrybawn

Day 18: Dublin

A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Sep 08, 2014

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... all got out of bed and got ready for the day. Dad and Daniel went out to get some breakfast, while I had a shave - my 18 days of growth was finally breaking through my skin and could be seen! I love being Dutch! But I also love shaving day, for a nice soft face again. That's probably not the most relevant thing to this story so I'll move on. Once we were all ready, we hit the streets of Dublin to start exploring! Our first stop was a tour office. We gave ourselves all ...

Our Irish Paddywagon Tour!

A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Aug 21, 2014

... reminded me a bit of a banana bread loaf, was amazing! I feel I may have to try and recreate it at home! We headed back to the hostel for an early night and to try and sort out our photos etc ready for our tour. The next day was a free day as the tour didn't start until the day after. We had decided to get in a few days before so we could spend that time looking around Dublin. The tour unfortunately didn't do anything in Dublin. So if you got in and were relying on the tour to ...

Long Overdue

A travel blog entry by lucyandethel on Jul 08, 2014

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... They answer your question and give you more information along with it. Got on the Hop-on/Hop-off bus which took us to 23 different places. In the middle of the run Ethel yells Get Up, Get Up. I see the Queen of Tarts Sweet Shop. Say no more. We jumped off the bus and crossed the street to go to the cutest bakery/cafe for lunch. Shopped on Grafton street which was loaded with people and entertainers. Lucy up saw a Celtic jewelry store and yelled let's go let's go Ethel. We ...

The Saga Continues...

A travel blog entry by dillardstravels on May 23, 2014

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... we drew near to the library we noted that a line had formed outside for entry. Our energy was beginning to fade, it was raining, and it was cold, so we decided it was good enough to have been in the vicinity of this cool book and moved on.

When we hopped back on the next bus our spirits were lifted by the lively bus driver with comedic commentary on Dublin's history and people. He joked about people crossing the street in front ...

Luck of the Irish

A travel blog entry by ldschaub on Mar 15, 2014

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... is much more common than in the states, to find the best bus route to the ferries since we weren’t planning on making that hike again. There wasn’t anything too exciting at the mall so we found ourselves back walking up and down the streets. They were covered in trash, glass and beer cans, food wrappers, hats and decorations. There was obviously a party the night before. After we finally found the bus route, we grabbed some snacks for ...