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Not Afternoon Tea
Ireland, Tea

Not Afternoon Tea

On the south bank of the River Liffey in Dublin’s Temple Bar District, just down from the Ha’Penny Bridge, is The Clarence Hotel. The hotel was built in 1852 and was famously purchased and refurbished by U2’s Bono and The…

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Forest Bubble Dome
Ireland

Forest Bubble Dome

Imagine spending a night in a clearing in the middle of a forest. You have a four-poster bed, a couple of nice chairs, a bathroom and shower, a bottle of wine—even a Nespresso machine! This idyllic setup is covered by…

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The Gobbins
Ireland

The Gobbins

Imagine it’s the turn of the century—the 20th century. As Chief Engineer to the Belfast and Northern Counties Railway you’ve built new stations and expanded the railway in the north of Ireland. Now you ponder how to attract more people…

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Ireland

Why We Started This Blog

We had been asked the question several times, but it wasn’t until we were walking from Glenorney by the Sea B&B to Raglan Road Pub in Tramore, County Waterford in September, 2017 that we finally decided to answer Yes. Our…

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Ireland

Skellig Michael

  Our interest in Skellig Michael predated Luke Skywalker’s arrival to this otherworldly island off the southwest coast of Ireland. It wasn’t until our ninth trip to the Emerald Isle (in September, 2016) that we even considered it. Not for…

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