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Heather Apoldite

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Honeymoon in Ireland

My fiancé and I will be going to Dublin the beginning of June for our honeymoon. We're not big sightseers, so what are some fun things to do while we're there? 

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  • Paulo Caldeira

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    If you don't want to lost time (and money) don't go outside Dublin. YOU JUST DON'T NEED IT for a honneymoon! Here are some tips:

    1. Get a reservation at Clarence Hotel which is own by Bono!

    2. Buy a City Sightsee Card near The General Post Officeand go around bus for 48 hours.

    3. Take a walk among the river and you will take the best pictures and know more about Irish Famine.

    4. Visit James Joyce Statue at the end of the main street for shopping.

    5. Go to the Trinity College Old Library & The Book of Kells Exhibition

    6. Go to any Pub and try a potato (that's a traditional local dish, you know?)...forget Fish & Chips!

    7. You do not...I repeat you do not miss Temple Bar.

    And, for a honneymoon...

    ...as dublinners say: Be a Wild, Wild Rover!

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  • Robert Mao

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    Other than the typical places in Dublin from any travel guides, I would recommend you a few places around Dublin:

    - Wicklow Mountains National Park is the most amazing park near Dublin. Very unique look and feel. You will need a car to drive there.

    - Glendalough will be on your way if you go Wicklow Mountains National Park.

    - Howth is a beautiful town in Dublin north, really worth a visit. The North Bull Island is on your way, it's a great place to take a walk.

    - Powerscourt Gardens and the fall is beautiful, it might be great place for your honey moon photo-ops.


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    Guinness Storehouse is where they brew Guinness, you can tour the whole place and go up to the sky deck where you get AMAZING views of all of Dublin. Plus you get a free pint with each tour. :)

    Leo Burdock's is a famous fish and chips place where a ton of celebrities have checked in for a bite.

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  • Andrew Staheli

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    Go to Galway and pub hop, so many good, real Irish pubs.

    Go to Belfast and take a Black Taxi Tour, it will give you some insight to the real Ireland!

    If you can, go to the Cliffs of Moher . Sure its just sight seing, but you can't miss an opportunity to see the Cliffs Of Insanity !!

    Of course there is the The Old Jameson Distillery and Guinness Factory tours, which are great too.

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