First of not sure how many parts. Took a trip to Dublin Zoo at the weekend. Enjoyed myself a lot though the animal I'm most interested in, the tigers, spent most of the time asleep. I did get a pic of one that'll be in a later part. #tigers#dublinzoo#daytrip#dublin
We’re giving away four pairs of weekend passes to the Dublin International Tattoo Convention on this November 1st to 3rd at the RDS Dublin.
For your chance to win a pair of passes just like this post and tag a friend!
The Dublin International Tattoo Convention is Dublin’s original and longest running tattoo convention. They get bigger each year with more artists and more people attending, more entertainment, more of EVERYTHING basically.
This year they move to the iconic RDS, Dublin where they will have over 150 tattooists from around the world, loads of entertainment from live bands, side shows, burlesque, magic, aerial displays, body painting, hula hoop workshop and the always great Tattoo Wars where two artists do a head to head against the clock to win the coveted trophy.
💡 The word ‘silver’ comes from the Anglo-Saxon word ‘seolfor’. 💡 Silver objects have been found dating as far back as 4000 BC. Historians believe it was first discovered around a thousand years before that. 💡 Silver was one of the first five elements discovered, along with gold, copper, lead and iron and has been mined for over 6000 years.
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1.Take a tour of Malahide Castle, re-opened October 2012 after major refurbishment, new interactive exhibition and project centre.
2.Visit the Castle Gardens, renowned garden and plantsman's paradise, over 5000 rare species, beautiful carpets of cyclamen under the Lebanese Cedar on the West Lawn in early autumn.
3.Avoca in the Courtyard, enjoy tea, coffee and homemade cakes or a light lunch either indoor or outside in the pretty pergola leading on to the garden or browse their famous home-wares, clothing and gift shop.
4.Blow the cobwebs away with a bracing walk and admire the mature trees throughout the 450 acres of parklands, which remain much the same as they have always been for the last 800 years.
5.Let the kids loose in the Castle Playground.
6.Take a stroll around the pretty village of Malahide, with its smart shops (the Village Bookshop on Townyard Lane is particularly delightful) bars, restaurants and marina.
7.Have a 'grand' carvery lunch or afternoon tea in the Grand Hotel, good old fashioned luxury with a modern twist.I would highly recommend the silver service luncheon in the restaurant for sunday lunch or a special occasion.
8 .Drive the coastal route out around by Portmarnock strand and Golf Club to Sutton Village.
9.Take a left to drive out to Howth Harbour, have a walk along the pier, or enjoy any of the many great seafood restaurants out there.
10.Or veer right, back into Dublin to visit St Anne's Park and its famous rose garden, the Casino at Marino or a stroll on Dollymount Strand.
📸 Thanks @tripping_toes for amazing photo!🙏🏼 Check out his page to see also the video with this castle and much more!✨
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En Dublín hay verdaderos tesoros escondidos, como estas vistas del ayuntamiento y la biblioteca del barrio de Rathmines en Dublín 😍. ¡Sigue nuestro perfil de Instagram para descubrir todos los tesoros escondidos de Irlanda!
Passando pra te falar 2 coisas sobre DUBLIN 🇮🇪
1- Como vc deve ter notado meu cabelo está sempre na cara! Isso porque aqui venta muito!
2- Nosso meio de transporte mais comum é a Dublin bike!
Você paga 25 Euricos por ANO e vai ser feliz!
E assim a gente vive muito bem em Dublin :) Eu amo esse país e estilo de vida tranquilo de que pra ser vc não precisa ter! .