Ireland, United Kingdom ·
5 Days ·
19 Moments ·
23 September 2017
Day 4: went to breakfast and coffee at the Wuff, went home to pack to talk with Anna and then took the airlink 747 from Heuston Station back to the airport for our flight to Edinburgh
Ireland day 3: ate queen of tarts for breakfast, met at molly Malone statue for cliffs of moher tour. Did tour with paddywagon tours (see website for all things did on tour to Galway and cliffs). When arrived back in Dublin at 1930, went to the hairy lemon for drinks and another local pub, ate at oneils again and went to the cobblestone local neighborhood pub for the night.
Dublin day 2: traditional Irish breakfast at the Wuff, Guinness factory, gravity bar at Guinness, kaol gaol prison tour, the Church for apple pie crumble and a drink, to gogartys for traditional Irish beef & guiness stew and live Irish music and drinks, trinity college and book of kells, merrion square, oscar wilde statue, st Stephens green, walked down Grafton st and dame lane and Henry st, walked everywhere, drank at local pubs (stags head was one) went to queen of tarts to get breakfast for next day, went to oneils for excellent carvery dinner and to watch live Irish music and river dancing.
20 September 2017
Last of Ireland and our airbnb
Lunch in doolin, Irish coffee and cliffs of moher
Galway, doolin and rural ireland
Day 1 in Dublin: we arrived in Dublin at 7am local time. However we were exhausted from the time change and lack of sleep on the plane, so we immediately found coffee and Wi-Fi at the airport. Per our airbnb's recommendation, we then took the airline 747 bus from the airport to the Heuston Station, where we then walked a couple blocks to our apt in Collins square. Anna was there to welcome us and immediately made us comfortable and sat down with a map and gave us tons of awesome recommendations and directions. While Anna finished cleaning from the last guests they had (they generously let us check in 5 hours early) we went to temple bar to get lunch. We are at a place called Bunsen and I had one of the best burgers I've ever had! We walked around temple bar to explore for a bit and then we took the Luas (local tram) back to our apartment and took a nice 3 hour nap. When we got up, we decided to explore the Viking/medieval area of Dublin.
19 September 2017
St. Stephens green, molly Malone statue
Trinity college and merrion square
Ha'ppeny bridge & Irish pub for lunch
Kilmainham Gaol prison museum
Guinness factory tour
Traditional Irish breakfast- sourdough toast, egg, black & white pudding, sausage, baked beans, and the best bacon I've ever had. And of course coffee
18 September 2017
Dinner at the Brazen Head, the oldest pub in Dublin
Walks around Medieval/Viking area of Dublin & the Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin's oldest church
St. Patrick's Cathedral, where the first Irish were baptized.