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    Just booked a trip to Dublin for Spring Break and St. Patty's Day...anyone on here have any suggestions on the area?

    Edit: Early plans include tours of the Guinness and Jameson Factories


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    Re: Dublin

    Guinness brewery tour and Trinity College


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    Re: Dublin

    No offense, but threads like these bother me. I always see people booking awesome vacations to amazing destinations and my St. Patty's Day will consist of two dollar bottles at Paddy's in Ames while wearing the only green shirt I have so that nobody pinches me or asks that ever annoying question "Do you have any green on?" You are going to be in Ireland on St. Patty's Day---hmmm, pretty much anywhere is going to be a good time.



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    Re: Dublin

    Saint Michan's Church- Creepy church that Bram Stoker modeled creepy settings after in "Dracula". There are naturally mummified bodies in the cellar. Cool as heck.

    Phoenix Park- Beautiful "central park" of Dublin

    I second the Guinness Brewery, if you're into that.



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    Re: Dublin

    Quote Originally Posted by arganbright2 View Post
    No offense, but threads like these bother me. I always see people booking awesome vacations to amazing destinations and my St. Patty's Day will consist of two dollar bottles at Paddy's in Ames while wearing the only green shirt I have so that nobody pinches me or asks that ever annoying question "Do you have any green on?" You are going to be in Ireland on St. Patty's Day---hmmm, pretty much anywhere is going to be a good time.
    Roommates and I found a flight for $350, couldnt say no



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    Re: Dublin

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    Re: Dublin

    Also, Deacon Brody's Pub has a great story behind it, and see if you can find the statue that the locals call "The Floozy in the Jacuzzi".



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    Re: Dublin

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    Re: Dublin

    Ireland is expensive, so be sure to have plenty of money saved up.



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    Re: Dublin

    Quote Originally Posted by CRCy17 View Post
    Roommates and I found a flight for $350, couldnt say no
    You can get some cheap flights to Europe these days... I got an email about round trip to Amsterdam for around that... If I didn't have so much going on this year I would have snatched it up...



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    Re: Dublin

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    Re: Dublin

    Quote Originally Posted by CRCy17 View Post
    Just booked a trip to Dublin for Spring Break and St. Patty's Day...anyone on here have any suggestions on the area?

    Edit: Early plans include tours of the Guinness and Jameson Factories
    Quote Originally Posted by isucyfan View Post
    Saint Michan's Church- Creepy church that Bram Stoker modeled creepy settings after in "Dracula". There are naturally mummified bodies in the cellar. Cool as heck.
    Saint Michan's is pretty cool.

    How many days are you going to be there? I prefer the western side of Ireland. The Cliffs of Mohr in county Clare are spectacular. The Burren, The Ring of Kerry. As you can tell I prefer the countryside as opposed to the city.
    It's a small island. You can do quite a bit of driving in a week.



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    Re: Dublin

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    Do they call their cigs **** too?
    Shut up, cigarette.



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    Re: Dublin

    My wife and I leave for Ireland on Friday!

    Self-drive tour that ends with two days in dublin. Jameson and Guiness storehouse are on the list.

    I belive some history majors from Trinity give a daily walking tour of Dublin and there is a Literary Pub Crawl that we might check out.

    Friday can't come soon enough!


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    Re: Dublin

    Quote Originally Posted by RyCy04 View Post
    Shut up, cigarette.
    I like to call my sausages bangers too.
    "Don't you remember this morning? You tried to put a banger in my mouth."


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