The Irish seascapes are breathtaking, the food is fresh and the scene is lively with music just around every corner.
We spent time in Dublin, Dalkey, and Howth.
We feasted on tiers of lobster, crab, and fish in Howth, a small fishing village outside of Dublin.
The towns along the coast outside of Dublin are perfect for exploring.
We spent lots of time in Dalkey which is an adorable village and home to both Bono and Enya. We really enjoyed eating at The Queens Bar and Restaurant.
The Steak on the Stone was Fabulous.
We enjoyed strolling into the bakeries, flower shops and gastropubs.
There’s lots to do in Dublin that include a tour of Guinness, A trip to The University of Trinity where the Book of Kells is on display.
We managed to do most of it, but there is still so much to see. Have you ever visited Ireland before? If so, where are your favorite places?
MaryJune 24, 2014 at 11:07 am
My husband was Irish. I would love to go there. It just looks beautiful.
Carrie PaciniJune 24, 2014 at 11:19 am
Thanks Mary, Ireland is a beautiful place, I want to revisit :)
Michele CroccoMarch 6, 2016 at 4:53 am
My husband and I honeymooned in Ireland 28 years ago. As an aside, we are still happily married. We rented a car and took off! We were all over (except for northern Ireland). LOVED it! We wanted to share the experience with our 2 sons, so we took them about 7 years ago. We too toured Trinity College. It was a DREAM! Thanks for the lovely photos that took me right back to my roots.
Carrie PaciniMarch 6, 2016 at 9:56 am
Hi Michele, how neat! We had so much fun in Ireland and food was amazing. The restaurants and gastropubs some of the best. It was fun seeing groups of ladies in pubs having tea.