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  • River Liffey from O'Connell St River Liffey from O'Connell Street

    • From: jdcavo
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      River Liffey from O'Connell Street, Dublin, Ireland.

    • 2 weeks ago
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  • St. Patrick's Pretty 2 St. Patrick's Pretty 2

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  • St. Patrick's Pretty St. Patrick's Pretty

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  • Air Lingus Air Lingus

    • From: garynero@msn.com
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      Returning to Boston from Dublin August, 2011

    • 2 years ago
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  • "Tá an lá go maith" "Tá an lá go maith"

    • From: biglannie
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      On the streets of Dublin, Ireland “It’s a nice day”

    • 3 years ago
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  • Glow [Ireland] Glow [Ireland]

    • From: MorganPaar
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      Liffey Bridge, Dublin, Ireland

    • 3 years ago
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  • St Patricks Park - Dublin Irel St Patricks Park - Dublin Ireland

    • From: Michael.Baker
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      Park next to St patricks cathedral in Dublin, Ireland

    • 3 years ago
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  • Dublin at night Dublin at night

    • From: Michael.Baker
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      Just outside of a rockin' pub...needed some air and snapped a shot of traffic along the river Iffy.

    • 3 years ago
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  • Irish Film Institute Irish Film Institute

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    • 3 years ago
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  • Kilmainham Jail Dublin Kilmainham Jail Dublin

    • From: dlj668
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      Some of my favorite travel pics reworked with a filter program that I recently found. The very best part of working on photos from past travels is reliving the memories that were captured in an instant, but will last for my lifetime.

    • 3 years ago
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  • Hill Family Eurotrip 2011 Hill Family Eurotrip 2011

    • From: pacsman72
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      Well, we are embarking on our second trip to Europe. This time we'll explore the French Alps from Chamonix. Then its off to Reggello, Italy for some Chianti and bruschetta. After 3 days under the Tuscan Sun, we'll head north to the Swiss alpine car-free village of Murren. After spending a night relaxing at a farmhouse near Annecy, we'll fly from Geneva to Dublin, Ireland for a few nights in Kenmare.  

      Next on the checklist:

      • Buy travel insurance
      • Reconfirm all hotels bookings (for some reason you need to do this with some European hotels)
      • Set up the car rentals
      • Buy some cash (before the US dollar slides to a negative value)
      • Buy some clothes that don't make me scream: "I'm an American tourist! Please, somebody rob me and tell me how much you can't stand (former) President Bush!" (no AE or Hollister allowed)

      More to come...

       

      April 17, 2011

      Six weeks to go. Ok, bought TravelGuard insurance after they matched TravelEx's "kids included" policy. They won me over by having a 24x7 customer service line (something TravelEx doesn't have... I like to talk to a human being before buying stuff). We did double the medical expense and evacuation policy for an extra $13 per person. Altogether, the policy was about $250 for all 5 of us. 

      All hotels are finally booked but still need to reconfirm before we leave. While in Italy, we'll be staying at an agriturismo in Regello.These are great alternatives to hotels and B&B's as they are working farms. The Agriturismo Savernanomakes their own chianti and olive oil. And, for a special treat (and the girls don't know this yet.. its a surprise), I have a made a reservation for our last night in Europe at the Ritz-Carlton Powerscourt in County Wicklow, Ireland. I cashed in my Marriott Rewards points for the occasion - trying to keep in the spirit of being budget minded. 

      I purchased some euros this week. The US dollar just continues to slide - we got a rate of about $1.50 per euro after the bank fees. Honestly, I was to listen to the advice of others and wait until I got to Europe. At the current rate, we could spending $1.65 per euro by then. I will need to pick up Swiss Francs next week. 

      Next on the list...

      • Still need to do some clothes shopping.. how do you pack for Italy and Ireland? 
      • Set up the emergency contact lists, photocopies of the passports, and arrange a neighbor to take care of the cats. Funny, I thought my wife said these things take care of themselves?
      • I like to do a trial "pack night" - this kind of gets everyone in the mood and builds up the anticipation of a long journey. We have a everyone pack their bag and carry it around. If I hear any whining in the first 10 minutes, they need to take out some stuff. I am making the new rule this year... EVERYONE MUST CARRY THEIR OWN BAG!!!!
      • Get the Swiss Francs before they too get out of control...
      • Might make some changes on the rental car in Ireland... getting more nervous about trying a manual this time "whilst" driving on the left. 
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    • 3 years ago
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  • Molly Malone Molly Malone

    • From: Discover_Ireland
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      "Molly Malone" is a popular song set in Dublin, and has become the unofficial anthem of the city.  

      The Molly Malone statue in Grafton Street was unveiled by the Mayor of Dublin during the 1988 Dublin Millennium celebrations, declaring June 13 as Molly Malone Day.

      The song tells the fictional tale of a beautiful fishmonger who plied her trade on the streets of Dublin, but who died young of a fever.

      Lyrics:

      In Dublin's fair city,Where the girls are so pretty,I first set my eyes on sweet Molly Malone,As she wheeled her wheel-barrow,Through streets broad and narrow,Crying, "Cockles and mussles" alive, alive, oh!""Alive, alive, oh,Alive, alive, oh",Crying "Cockles and mussels, alive, alive, oh".She was a fishmonger,But sure 'twas no wonder,For so were her father and mother before,And they each wheeled their barrow,Through streets broad and narrow,Crying, "Cockles and mussels, alive, alive, oh!"(chorus)She died of a feverAnd no one could save her,And that was the end of sweet Molly Malone.Now her ghost wheels her barrow,Through streets broad and narrow,Crying, "Cockles and mussels, alive, alive, oh!"(chorus)

    • 3 years ago
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  • Ha'Penny Bridge Ha'Penny Bridge

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    • 3 years ago
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  • Dublin, Ireland Dublin, Ireland

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    • 3 years ago
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  • Dublin Dublin

    • From: carly reid
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      It had rained hard all day. At the top of the Guinness Factory we had our a beer a lovely view of the rainbow.

    • 4 years ago
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  • Statue atop City Hall, Dublin Statue atop City Hall, Dublin

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    • 4 years ago
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  • The Harpist, Dublin, Ireland The Harpist, Dublin, Ireland

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