Wednesday, August 31

Dublin Doors

I'm going overseas next week. For work. I've never done that before. It's pretty exciting but also sad because being apart from Husbando sucks. Being apart from husbando when he has an important birthday sucks even more. Being paid to be in Dublin for a week will still be pretty good though... so my question is... do I have any Irish readers or peeps who are down with the diddle in Dublin?



  1. Hmmm, never been myself, but I know plenty of people who have and all say it's the most awesome place so i'm sure you'll have the best time. Sucks that you miss hubby's birthday though. Just have to make up for it with tacky souveniers!! xx

  2. Oh really, you will be in Dublin....let me know if you would like to meet up, there are so many nice things to do, see, eat, drink...

  3. Ooooooh Dublin is my home town, alas I do not live there anymore but the following will help...

    Butlers for coffee and chocolate, St Stephen's Green for feeding the ducks, Jenny Vanders for a look at some very nice overpriced vintage, Blazing Salads ( near jenny Vanders) for delicious vegetarian food, George St Arcade - just cos it's pretty, Hogans on George St for cider, stay away from Temple Bar everyone will tell you to go there but don't - it's rubbish, jump on the dart and see the coastline walking along Howth harbour eating big fat chips with lots of salt and vinegar, O' Donoghues on baggot street for the best guinness and traditional music, The Chameleon for delicious Malaysian food - it's on the edge of Temple bar so whilst it contradicts what I said about Temple Bar it's barely in it so doesn't count! The Gaiety or The Olympia Theatre because you'll love them doesn't matter what's on, old beautiful Theatres don't even need good shows they entertain all by themselves, Have so much fun, Oh and Fitzwilliam square for Georgian doors ! x

  4. oh yay! I know no irishness, but will be thinking of you, have fun!


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