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Our Ireland Trip - A Week Full of Adventure
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Vern, Gener, and George took a plane ride to enjoy the sights and sounds of Ireland. It wasn't peak season so there were hardly any lines. Weather, although cold, was cooperating so we took some very nice aerial shots and some cinematic video.
We also ate some pizza (highly recommended by the locals), see the Spire/Trinity College, and climb the steps of Blarney Castle to kiss the fabled stone. It was a lot of driving but it was a trip worth remembering.
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Adventure Time in Ireland
I did a summer study abroad tour with USF, we spent 3 weeks in Ireland traveling to various cities and sites. These are just some of the videos I took.
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Adventure Time - Bry in Dublin, Ireland 18/4/15
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How Good is the Food in Dublin? | Ireland Yum Yum Adventure
Flying off to Dublin for work… and for food!
This week, Yann is in Dublin and is trying a few Irish dishes... mostly potatoes!
Here are the dishes that are featured in this episode:
- Irish Cheddar Cheeseburger at GBK
- Irish Stew at The Church
- Prawn Bisque and Coq au Vin at La Maison
- Irish Beef Ribeye with Foie Gras and Raclette Cheese Potatoes at Boeuf
00:32 - Irish Cheddar Cheeseburger at GBK
01:38 - Irish Stew at The Church
02:57 - Prawn Bisque and Coq au Vin at La Maison
06:22 - Irish Ribeye Beef with Foie Gras and Raclette Cheese Potatoes at Boeuf
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Tour of Dublin Adventure Ride With The Pro | Vlog #1
Aaron Buggle takes us through his bank holiday Monday exploration spin in his first Vlog.
The lads take a spin around the iconic phoenix park on a spin.
They tour around on the sunny capital and enjoy the adventure taking in the sights.
Sometime you just need to get out and enjoy the adventure!
The emphasis on the ride was enjoyment and having a laugh!
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Episode 07 - Traveling to Dublin Ireland, Maybe?
Join us as we travel from La Rochelle to Bordeaux to catch our flight to Dublin, Ireland. We had booked tickets on the train from La Rochelle to Bordeaux which was canceled due to the first day of France's longest strike ever. We ended up renting the last car in La Rochelle and driving to Bordeaux to catch our flight to Dublin and arrive to sample some traditional Irish food and briefly tour around seeing the Christ Church Cathedral. Next time we head south to Howth, Ireland a cute seaside town with lots of history and charm.
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Is Dublin good for tourists? RTÉ Prime Time investigates.
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum was featured on RTÉ Television as a Dublin tourism highlight. Following a thread on UK website Mumsnet that suggested Dublin was too dear and too dirty, Louise Byrne and Conor Wilson of RTÉ Prime Time visit Dublin's tourist attractions, talking to tourists, tourism experts and locals. This was broadcast on RTÉ Prime Time, 26 November 2019. See for more.
They visited the Dublin Whiskey Museum, the Guinness Storehouse, the Phoenix Park, Temple Bar and EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum.
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First Adventure in Ireland: Dublin
This was my first adventure in Ireland. Going back to the last place I saw on my first trip to Ireland. It was great walking around and exploring.
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Dublin is one of the liveliest and friendliest cities we've visited! In this Essential Guide, we'll take you through everything you need to know before you go, including how to get there from Dublin airport, what the food's like (superb!!) and where you'll find all the best things to do, see and experience.
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Welcome to Dublin!
Like me before my trip, you might be asking yourself “what’s the appeal outside of the bars and all that Guinness?”. well firstly, this is a young person’s city; Dublin’s boasts Europe’s youngest population, where some 50% of people living here are under the age of 25. So yes, bars, nightlife, parties and Guinness are popular, though definitely not exclusive to this demographic. And while Dublin certainly does dabauchery famously, it’s only when you visit this old and beautiful city that you really see how the Republic of Ireland’s capital is way more than hedonistic haven for hen do’s and lad’s weekends away. Just take a mosey down the cobbled streets and it’s like nothing has changed over the last hundred odd years. The greatest thing about my time Dublin was realising that this city is one with a rich and colourful history. There’s a banging food scene, and of course, there are plenty of things to see and do during your trip. Coming up, I’m gonna tell you about transport, money and some of my favorite things to do, but first, let’s take a look at getting here.
The airport is 10km outside Dublin and is the only international airport serving the city. From here, your choices for transport to the centre are bus or a taxi, as there’s no train station at the airport.
Dublin airport’s Aircoach will take you to various locations across the city, so make sure you know which stop is nearest your hotel.
Dublin is compact, which means if you’re staying in the city centre, you can pretty much walk to everything. However, if you want to get around quickly, hop on a tram. The Lewes is Dublin’s tram system; there are two lines, red and green. And the walk from the end of the green line to the red line is about 15 minutes. Don’t forget to always tap in and tap out, otherwise you’ll get charged the maximum possible fare.
If you plan on making multiple journeys, we recommend getting a Leap Card. It’s Dublin’s public transport top-up smart card and you can get them at the airport or at local shops, wherever you see the sign.
Dublin’s nightlife is legendary, and Temple Bar is the centre of it all. Yes, it’s where all the tourists go, but Temple Bar is packed with pubs, bars, live music and clubs. If you want to have a great night out in Dublin, this is where to go.
Written by Irish monks around 800AD, the Book is a decorated version of the Paul Gospels that’s kept at the centre of an exhibition in Trinity College. Just don’t expect a photo, as no cameras are allowed near the book, no even ours! However, our highlight has to be the Long Room, holding around 200,000 books, it’s a vast collection that seems to go on and on and on and on and on and on and on, forever.
Next is Kilmainham Gaol, a former Irish prison that held many of the revolutionaries of the past, in particular, the leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising. Abandoned in 1924 and restored in the 1960s, it now serves as a museum where you can learn all about the history of Irish independence. The gaol is 3 and a half kilometers out of the city centre, so you’ll need to get the Luas or the bus here. Tickets are available online, you book your timeslot and the website recommends arriving 15 minutes before your tour is due to start. Because the museum can only take a limited number of people at a time, booking ahead is the only way to guarantee entry on the day.
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Irish Adventures | Dublin Travel Vlog | Eimear McElheron
Hi Everyone! Hope you all are well. Today I'm bringing you something completely different, something that has been a long time coming, my very first vlog. As many of you know I'm Irish but when someone new comes across my channel I can almost guarantee you that it's the first thing that they will comment on. I receive so many comments about the country in which I live and I think there is such a keen interest because the vast majority of my subscribers reside outside of Ireland. Due to this I've decided to incorporate some new, fresh content onto my channel in the form of travel vlogs. I'm going to be taking you on an 'Irish Adventure' :) My aim is to film a travel vlog in each county in Ireland to give you a taster for what this beautiful country has to offer. I love my country and I'm so proud to be Irish so I hope you'll enjoy this new series on my channel.
PS: Don't worry, these vlogs are in addition to my makeup tutorials. These vlogs won't be frequent as they are expensive and time consuming to create but i'll let you know when the next installment is coming up!
I've started with Dublin and throughout the course of this video I've showed you some of my favourite places in the city. I began by taking you along on a trip around the Guinness Storehouse, the place where the famous 'Guinness' beer is brewed. I studied business for five years in DIT on Aungier Street so I'm very familiar with the Grafton St/Temple Bar/Stephens Green area. These are places I loved to potter around and still do, despite the fact I'm not up in Dublin as often anymore because I finished college last year. Grafton Street is one of the most famous streets to shop on in Ireland. It runs from St Stephen's Green, the historical park and gardens are just across the road! As I mentioned in the video there is always a bit of a buzz around, particularly in Temple bar. Temple bar is such a unique area in the city, the cobbled streets are lined with bars and boutiques and it's an area I love, especially at night time! I decided to throw in a few clips from a YSL event I went to so that the vlog would relate back to makeup in a way. The event was for their Summer '16 collection and boy was there some amazing products on show, if you like YSL you're in for a treat!
I'm not fully comfortable with speaking to the camera just yet which is why there was only a small chatty segment in this vlog. I'd like my vlogs to be more so artistic but I'm hoping to add in some more chatty bits. Fingers crossed that the more I film the more comfortable i'll feel with talking to the camera haha!
I've stayed in many many hotels in Dublin over the years, I love finding hidden gems in the city. I came across the Ashling Hotel when I was looking up tickets for the Guinness Factory and I noticed on the site that the hotel do package deals. I can't remember exactly how much I paid for my one night stay but I do know it was a good deal taking into consideration the nights stay and the fact that tickets to the Storehouse and breakfast were included. The hotel is only a stone's throw away from the Guinness factory so that was really handy! I'll leave a link to their offers page if you are looking for somewhere to stay while visiting Dublin. The staff were extremely friendly and overall I just couldn't fault it :)
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WELCOME TO DUBLIN IRELAND ???????? - CITY TOUR AND VLOG
Welcome to Dublin Ireland! This is Ireland's capital city, known for its historic pubs, renowned literary scene, and picturesque cobblestone streets. In this vlog, we cover the city's top attractions and highlights within a weekend trip, including Trinity College, Book of Kells, Temple Bar, Georgian architecture, art galleries, and more.
We get around the city by walking and taking the Hop on Hop Off Bus. Stay tuned to the end where we take a Dublin Pub crawl and enjoy the local beer and music.
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