|suitcase: vintage // watch: vintage // crop top: Forever 21 // jeans: Target // booties: Lucky Brand|
Luckily, the weather was great for us, and we stayed in an AirBnB with two amazing hosts and the funniest couple I’ve ever met. And so our adventures began, which leads me to:
My Dublin Travel List:
3. Temple Bar area: We had such a fun time here – though we didn’t make it inside the actual Temple Bar, we had insanely good burritos at Pablo Picante and a nice pint of cidre and some Irish folk music and dancing at The Quays Bar.
5. St. Patrick’s Cathedral: Obviously, being born on March 17th made this one of my favourite stops in the city. I got a clover key chain to mark the occasion.
6. Henry Street: Talk about a high street. This place is filled with all of your favourites and then some, with so many gelato places and pubs around every corner.
7. Grafton Street: Boutiques, high street stores, coffee, cakes…Grafton has everything. We popped into Reiss to pretend we were shopping with the Dutchess of Cambridge and I got the most amazing slip ons at the Cath Kidston store. Floral feet for all of spring!
8. Trinity College: As massive as the queue was for the Book of Kells and the Long Hall in the Trinity College library, it was totally worth it. That manuscript is incredibly detailed and the library…my jaw dropped.
9. Bakeries: Keogh’s Cafe, McMahons, the bakery around the corner: everything in this city is fresh and delicious, and the cronuts are a definite fav for the Irish. And we may have eaten three pieces of the most delicious cake ever at Keogh’s…
10. Tours: There are tours everywhere. We hopped onto the Cliffs of Moher tour with Wild Rover Tours that takes you all the way to the west coast of the country with a pit stop at the Barack Obama Plaza and Galway. The cliffs are breathtaking.